Mammad Emin

Mammad Emin

Seoul, South Korea Designer & Maker Joined over 9 years ago

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  • Posted to Mammad Emin - Designer, Nov 21, 2019

    Thank you for the submission of my website and all the comments below. I am still working on my portfolio and gonna add design cases soon. It’s surprising that someone submitted it on DN :)

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  • Posted to DN Project will soon be shutdown?, Oct 15, 2016


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  • Posted to Ask DN: What is your favorite design inspiration website?, May 23, 2016

    I love

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  • Posted to Show DN: Spendwallet, in reply to Joshua Turner , May 23, 2016

    Hello Joshua, we fully understand your concern for product like this since similar products have tried to deliver their promise of changing the payment experience but never succeeded. Stratos recently went out of business, and Coin only supports Track 2 payment with poor acceptance rate. It is highly doubtful that Plastc can manage to perfect their technology by this fall, which is their estimated ship date that has been delayed for over a year already.

    We find the reason of this failure from their technology. Indeed, we tested all available competitors in the market and concluded that others use rewritable magnetic stripes with which cards are not reliable, and have very low acceptance rate. In other words, their method of swiping cannot guarantee high reliability due to technological deficiency. Instead of swiping, Spendwallet adopts a tap-to-pay method, providing the highest coverage. This is where we proudly introduce Magnetic Flux Emulation (MFE) that is different from what our competitors have. With this technology, Spendwallet uses magnetic fields to send transaction data over the air to make the card reader to respond as if a card has been swiped. Hence, Spendwallet can be used anywhere that accepts magnetic payment cards.

    Long story short, Spendwallet is better than all those all-in-one smart cards. Hope this clarifies your concern. Cheers!

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  • Posted to Dribbble Exchange (Jun 2015), Jun 28, 2015

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  • Posted to Let's see your website/portfolio., Feb 05, 2015

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  • Posted to When did you start designing?, Dec 29, 2014

    I started when I was in 16. I am 24 now.

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