Gordon Robinson's super-silent fly fishing craft invention, the Pursuit.
Remember those hours of fun and laughter in economics class learning about demand, inflation and GDP? Probably not. But then again, your business studies teacher wasn't Mark Snoad, creator of educational board game Gumption.
The last bastion of hopelessly slow dial-up internet, the Chatham Islands now boast fast wireless web access, proving that there is hope yet.
MEA Mobile is doing its bit to prove that serious tech can come out of the Tron.
Industrial design firm 4ormfunction may have a funny name but it's serious about design and business. And after scoring gold for its Smartbar for Les Mills at last year's Best Awards, it's punching above its weight.
With a colour palette taken from fashion rather than food, the artist formerly known as Omaha Organic Berries is getting a makeover. Say hello to OOB.
The only Kiwi among the James Dyson Award finalists breaks down his potentially life-saving innovation The Revival Vest step by step.
David Kester, design guru, dishes on how to invigorate a culture of constant design in New Zealand.
To snag the Designers Institute of New Zealand's highest honour, the John Britten Black Pin, the winner must be a star among stars.
MinuteDock founders James Nisbet and Nik Wakelin are a couple of Wellington lads who jumped at an unseen market opportunity when they grew tired of copying and pasting timesheets into invoices at the end of the month.