February 18, 2015

Music, spelt mUX?

While the internet of things continues to raise our expectations of what our white goods could (and should) do, it’s also bringing with it a new opportunity to look at the interface of things.

Here’s B&O’s latest offering, taking their cool, laid-back world of bare-minimalism and beautiful materials to a whole new place via the screen-languages of UX design.

I’ve yet to see this in the flesh but it strikes a really interesting vector for the emotional qualities of control. Really rather nice.

Here’s the article – http://www.designweek.co.uk/news/new-bang-and-olufsen-audio-system-knows-what-you-want-to-listen-to/3039829.article

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Creative director, writer, designer, illustrator based in the UK with global project experience and consulting skills across sectors.

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