A stylus that would make Luigi Colani proud, the Scriba is seriously curvaceous. Sometimes design gets exaggerated a little bit, and that’s okay, it adds to the visual trademark and in this case has made one of the most comfortable styluses out there.
David Craig decided that holding a stylus feels like holding a drumstick and as a response to this, Scriba takes the stage. I have to agree with David, having had a couple styluses in my life, the ones you can find at Walmart, Staples, or on Amazon have the ancient look of being very stick-like Made for a comfortable grip, giving its user complete control as you use it. The hollow silhouette was done on purpose so the pen can actually be squeezed / triggered allowing the user to assign a function to it. This will allow artists to squeeze the stylus in order to decrease the brush line thickness when working on a tablet or computer, while others may assign a more typical function, such as skipping slides in a presentation or using it as a remote trigger for your camera. Scriba gives an experience to its user by its tactile feedback feature, giving alerts and confirming your on-screen actions with vibrations. The team who developed Scriba gave the best attention to detail to this stylus delivering a product that gives the users an experience unlike any other.
Equipped with hundreds of hours of battery, as well as instant pairing, this will change your idea and expectations of what a stylus has been to what it should be.
Designer: David Craig