Decibel is a fictional headphone brand designed to bring the embodiment of youthful minimal fashion to bluetooth headphones, with the goal to fit into the lifestyle of todays design led generation. The brand was defined through imagery, type, attribute and values to lead to creative assets and sketching was used to explore, create and refine the form and interactions - creating the relation between the physical product and the brand.
The product looks to deliver an experience which is tailored to the each and every single user by using data from the user to create a tailored featureset of the headphones from the drivers and their positioning, headbands and ear pieces without the comprimises and failures of a modular solution. The design looks to provide seamless interaction through the rollers where the band meets the housing - allowing the user to change music and volume simply by rolling these elements.
Defining the brand through imagery, type, attribute and values to lead to creative assets.
Sketching to explore, create and refine the form and interactions.
Design details and presentation bonded together with the narrative of the brand. On the right side of the product is the button that allows users to connect wth bluetooth and pause or play their music - whilst on the left is the contact point for charging or wired connection.
Control your volume and song, by rotating the rollers on the sides of the headphones. This joint, seamlessly merges the two form elements of the the headphones to create an iconic jewel.
The packaging experience should also have the same feel as the product and brand itself. The lack of bells and whistles ensures that the product remains the true focus even while packaged, with key information being the only distractions on the top face of the frosted acrylic top casing.