Adding Sound To Product Design

Adding Sound To Product Design
Design

As products strive to be experiences rather than just objects, designers are looking for new ways to engage users.

Scott Mioduszewski
  • 12 july 2010

"Noise-dampening is mandatory — sound design is freestyle."

As products strive to be experiences rather than just objects, designers are looking for new ways to engage users. Now BMW Group is doing this by taking cues from what filmmakers have done for decades now—sound design.

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