A watch is an object that people carry in their wrists in order to be able to see what time it is whenever they want. They may be analogical (if they have hands) or digital (if they show the time digitally). Modern watches not only show the time, they also work as stopwatches and alarm clocks. I always feel the need to know what time it is so I wear mine everywhere and I even sleep with it.
DoubleTwist Alarm UI Designer Sebastiaan de With
Why strong sound design is critical to successful products Sound design should not be an afterthought at the end of a design process. A brief survey of sound design Given its broad range of uses and central role in the formation of our culture and intellectual traditions is it any wonder that we eventually bent ourselves to the task of turning sound into a full-fledged tool of communication and influence? The history of human civilization is also a history of increasingly complex sound…
Want an alarm clock that doubles as a Hollywood movie style bomb? This defusable bomb is a fully functional alarm clock with a snooze button, but when you.
Innovative Alarm Clock Wakes Users with Freshly Brewed Coffee
Mornings just got a little easier with this coffee-making alarm clock, the Barisieur, by British industrial designer Joshua Renouf. When it’s time to wake up, the multi-functioning machine begins brewing a fresh cup of coffee right by your bedside.
Greg Wolos' Emily Clock for Furni
Greg Wolos of Whitevan has talent, and Furni thought so too. When he entered Furni’s Show Us Your Skills competition in 2008 and ended up winning with his Emily clock. Here, he’s going to show us the prototyping process of his great little wall clock.
Alarm Clock: An Android Design Process
Great looking Android app from doubleTwist design by Sebastiaan De With.
Dieter Rams (left) in his office with Braun stereo system in the background