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DAB Radio

DAB Radio - Using an underlay of the internal component dimensions I experimented with aspects of form, colour, interaction and styling.

Comments (4)
  • admire the sketch ... !

    10 years ago

  • Very cool designs here... I can almost feel the weight of the designs near the center, with those heavy-duty straps! I also miss the joy of tuning via mechanical means. There is something gratifying about putting some effort into tuning in a station!

    10 years ago

  • Thank you very much for your comments. The retro styling of the concept in the top left corner and the green radio are my favourites too. This was inspired by my fond memories of tuning radios with sliders or twisting dials before digital channel searching became the norm.

    11 years ago

  • i like the old feeling of radio. today, there are lots of new gudgets with high techs. so radios that have simple look and retro style are more attractive and cost effective. great concepts good luck 2 u ~^@ *****

    11 years ago

  • i like the old feeling of radio. today, there are lots of new gudgets with high techs. so radios that have simple look and retro style are more attractive and cost effective. great concepts good luck 2 u ~^@ *****

    11 years ago

  • Thank you very much for your comments. The retro styling of the concept in the top left corner and the green radio are my favourites too. This was inspired by my fond memories of tuning radios with sliders or twisting dials before digital channel searching became the norm.

    11 years ago

  • Very cool designs here... I can almost feel the weight of the designs near the center, with those heavy-duty straps! I also miss the joy of tuning via mechanical means. There is something gratifying about putting some effort into tuning in a station!

    10 years ago

  • admire the sketch ... !

    10 years ago

Ben Carter
Multidisciplinary Design Innovation MA/MSc Graduate London, United Kingdom