We’re excited to announce the release of the litl, a simple, and quite frankly, very cool, computer for the home.
We’re proud to say that we helped design the litl. We worked for a year alongside the amazing folks at litl, as well as a number of other partners including fuseproject, Fort Franklin and Pentagram to make the vision a reality.
The litl can be used in both laptop and easel modes (to support lean-forward and lean-back interactions), and does away with a lot of the unseemly artifacts of more traditional desktop idioms like folders and menus. It’s closely integrated with the social Web and designed around family life.
We’ll get a case study about our efforts up on our site as soon as we can. In the interim, check out the litl site for more about the computer and the company.