Luka Or, of design firm Luka, has created a minimalistic radio with a novel, interactive design. The radio was built using something called ...

Tilt Radio

Tilt Radio by Luka. “ Luka Or, of design firm Luka, has created a minimalistic radio with a novel, interactive design. The radio was built using something called Aruino, which is an open source.

For some reason I've always had Sony radios, I've had two my entire life and both were Christmas gifts from relatives. Design-wise they have both stood the test of time; the one I had as a kid stil...

Sony TR-1825 Radio

Released in when Sony had become the first Japanese company to list shares on the New York Stock Exchange. Sliding the faces on this cubic radio reveals a speaker in front and controls on top, a unique design at the time. One version of its packagin

15 Sound Wave Icons

Sound design is the process of specifying, acquiring, manipulating or generating audio elements.

The Bifrost system takes the right sights, sounds and smells into account to not only ensure you get the best nights sleep possible, but that you wake up feeling refreshed and alive! The 3-part design consists of an aromatic diffuser, gradient light, and a speaker/radio in a form that design enthusiasts will find familiar!

The Bifrost system takes the right sights, sounds and smells into account to not only ensure you get the best nights sleep possible, but that you wake up feeling refreshed and alive! The design (Best Products Design)

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Mezzo

Mezzo is a small radio with a vintage touch … It’s basic controls associated to a voluptuous shape give “Mezzo” a familiar and endearing air. It comes in four colors to match any room in the house. Mezzo Radio, by Ionna Vautrin, for Lexon

This is a logo from an Australian Radio company. While I appreciate the concept of a single color radio wave, I am not a fan of this logo. The "radio wave" really looks nothing like a sound wave, and the pixelated execution, to me, communicates that their sound isn't clear or broadcast well.

Australian Design Radio — Christopher Doyle & Co. - a grouped images picture - Pin Them All

Less, But Better: Dieter Rams’s Influence on Today’s UI Design

Radio Con's: A product can not be shown, only described. That's why these jingles and sound effects are so important.

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