Scriba is not a pencil, it's a completely new type of stylus for mobile devices. Scriba's dynamic design and our highly responsive "Squeeze Motion" technology provide enhanced control and a more fluid creative experience.
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Scriba's digital odyssey, from the U2 tower to the nib of hardware innovationHardware is hard, explains David Craig, who is reinventing the stylus and reawakening the potential of Ireland's indigenous electronics manufacturing industry. Around 2007, David Craig was at the pinnacle of his career as an architect.
Featured startup: Dublin Design Studio (Scriba) " New Frontiers Entrepreneur Development ProgrammeDavid Craig is the founder of Dublin Design Studio and inventor of Scriba, a new generation of stylus for mobile devices. David wrote an article for New Frontiers over two years ago, recalling his journey through the early-stage development of Scriba, up to its highly successful Kickstarter campaign in August 2015.
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This stylus could change the way you work foreverAlthough created mostly for the use of artists and illustrators, some stylus' can be a little restrictive; harsh, rigid design can often get in the way of your latest sketch but that's all about to change thanks to a little design company in Dublin, Ireland called the Dublin Design Studio, naturally.
Scriba - the stylus reinventedDavid Craig is raising funds for Scriba - the stylus reinvented on Kickstarter! Scriba puts creative control back in your hands. Its flexible body and dynamic squeeze motion responding beautifully to your touch.
This New Stylus Makes Digital Sketching More Intuitive Than EverArchitect David Craig and Dublin Design Studio have launched a crowd-funding campaign on Kickstarter for Scriba - a stylus designed with the input of hundreds of illustrators, designers, architects, animators, artists, mobile workers and tablet users that aims to make sketching for architects and designers more natural than ever.
Tactile tools: Dublin Design Studio launches an intuitive stylus with a pen-to-paper feel | Design | Wallpaper* MagazineSpurred on by an economic crisis and a vibrant Irish start-up scene, two years ago Dublin-based architect David Craig decided to abandon buildings in favour of technology entrepreneurship. Ninety-three prototypes later, Craig founded the Dublin Design Studio and debuted the brand's first product, Scriba: an ergonomically friendly electronic stylus for drawing directly onto the screen of an iPad or iPhone.