The design firm, Vitamins, was the 2012 Interaction Design Award Winner for their brilliant design of a cell phone manual. The final product is a fine example of what can happen when designers make empathy a priority in UX design. The phone is packaged beautifully within a hardback book. In a world full of bloated, tome-sized instructional manuals, this is genius.

As the owner flips through the book, each page introduces them to more features of their device. By gradually introducing information, the normally complicated process of learning your new device becomes manageable for even the most technologically challenged adults. I’m excited to explore other potential uses for their design. Take a look below: