Seattle, WA – April 25, 2012 –LIL KIKR, created by Mike and Ellie Kemery – industrial designer and experienced design strategist for brands including Nike, T-Mobile USA, Under Armour and more, is thrilled to announce the availability of the new, limited edition ceramic white LIL KIKR+. Delivering the same high quality sound as the original LIL KIKR, LIL KIKR+ in ceramic white is made of premium aircraft grade aluminum material in a smooth matte finish with a bright metallic laser etched logo and comes with the inspiration story of how LIL KIKR came from a napkin sketch to a real product.
LIL KIKR+ is a versatile and portable dock that fits the latest generation iPod or iPhone with or without a case. Featuring non-slip rubber caps on the back and bottom of the dock, LIL KIKR+ is a strong and stable dock that prevents the iPhone or iPod from wobbling or sliding across a table. Additionally, LIL KIKR+ features a foam pad support back for maximum stability.
LLL KIKR+ in ceramic white is available for pre-order now for $60 at Kickstarter.com. Other pre-orders for LIL KIKR and LIL KIKR+ in the original 3 anodized colors – red, black or silver – can also be made.
LIL KIKR and LIL KIKR+ are expected to be in customers’ hands by June 2012.
Mike Kemery is a highly driven designer with a proven track record of delivering iconic and innovative consumer experiences for numerous industries including fitness, medical, consumer electronics, and telecom. His repertoire of both consultancy and corporate experience include positions such as Senior Industrial Designer for Nike and Product Design Manager for T-Mobile USA.
Ellie Kemery is an experienced design strategist specializing in the power of design thinking to address complex social issues and business challenges around the world. Ellie Kemery has proven success with building relationships, identifying key user, business and design trends and creating social media marketing strategies and community management. Her impressive repertoire includes positions such as Travel/Events Coordinator for Nike, Brand Strategist for Hornall Anderson Design Works and Chief Insights and Trends Officer of Twirll.