Button-less radio

Product concept inspired by all the kitchen radios and their buttons that nobody ever uses.  

The button-less radio only uses one control element. Tuning by shifting the ring would show which station the radio is tuned to even when it’s off. 

The volume is adjusted by rotating the ring. When it’s all the way down, the radio is off.

“A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.”

 

~ Antoine de Saint-Exupery

Radio Die: Each side is a different station. You can turn the cube to change them, or ‘roll the dice’ and see where it lands.

Radio resembling a head of a bear or astronaut with ears functioning as volume and tuning controls. 

This radio is controlled by moving it on a flat surface, much like a computer mouse. X axis for tuning, Y for volume.

A cylinder with a speaker on top and two rings for controls.