Looks awesome, although I just moved over to a Logitech MX Master for this reason. Where in Norway are you guys based? Would love to come check out a prototype. (Also I just moved to Norway, so need those cool design buddies ya'know!)
Where in Norway did you move to? I'm relatively new to Oslo. I wonder how many from DN are here!
I've recently moved to Oslo from London, been here about 3 months. I've not seen anyone reading DN at work yet haha. How are you liking Oslo?
I don't think the 1 designer at our startup reads DN either haha I've been here since October (was also previously in London) and find it slow but nice. You?
Yeah same, I've lived in Chicago and London so Oslo is a nice change of pace. Up for grabbing a coffee and shooting the breeze sometime if you'd like :)
Thanks! We're based in Kristiansand, the south. Always happy to meet new design buddies :) Where are you based?
Awesome, I visited Kristiansand not so long ago. Enjoyed the train ride and the coastal vibes. I've recently settled in Oslo, if you're ever around showing off prototypes just drop me line!
Am i the only one that thinks it makes the mouse look like a snail?!
So, what's the ergonomic benefits of this then, can it help with wrist ache?
Looks neat. Nice to see it coming out of Norway too. It's obvious what it does (makes it more comfortable/ergonomic), but an explanation on why/how would be nice. Like what process did you go through to reach the height/width/location/etc. How does it attach/detach? How is it for wear and tear?
Thanks for your feedback. I will work on adding a prototype gallery so you will get a glimpse into the process. Maybe even a case study for a deep dive.
I've been using this handy thing for a while. I use a hybrid claw/palm grip and I need that extra bit of support on my mouse. So, here's a cheaper alternative.