Have you ever seen a TV show called Kitchen Nightmares where chef Gordon Ramsay is invited by the failing restaurant owners to spend a week in an attempt to revive the business?
In many cases, Gordon Ramsay urges the restaurant manager to cut down their menu from multiple pages to just one. The manager thought more options would create more value but in all reality, it was too overwhelming. Ramsay then explained having lower quantity allows more time to focus on quality especially with a limited number of chefs available. Rather than being blind focused in building a large community, it is about fostering an engaged message.
“Less is more” by Ludwig Miles Van der Rohe
Galaxy S8 / S8 Plus Single Fit case is made of one simple material, Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU). Just in case you did not know, TPU offer exciting possibilities for meeting the manufacturing challenges of a fast-changing world. It is renowned for its tremendous versatility, tensile strength, and its elasticity. The single layer guards your Samsung Galaxy S8 / S8 Plus against scratches, sudden impacts and of course all accessible ports with a responsive button covers.
- It is affordable: No brands can beat the price of Single Fit VRS Design considering its quality and aesthetics it provides with only £12.
- It protects your phone with air space on each corner and it is ultra-thin + lightweight.
- Premium material precisely cut out, suitable for perfectionist.
- Less is still more.
“Less Is a Bore” by Robert Venturi
An eternal debate began since Modernist movement during the late 19th and 20th centuries. As you can see from the two images below, we can already see the movement from the right brings ornamentation and colour back to architecture. Function was not a requisite. No materials were off limits, and no design was too abysmal. Postmodernism was joyful, quirky and rebellious.
Modernism vs Postmodernism
- Aesthetics are not quite appealing compared to a colourful case shown below. It does not make you feel unique.
Borboleta Beauty – colourful lashes case
There is no right or wrong in these Modernism and Postmodernism movements, only thinking makes it so. In other words, what we (society) think about something is what makes it right or wrong.
Why don’t you stop thinking and make actions? Start with Single Fit.