Sound Shaping in Everyday Interactions

Car DoorHumans Invent shares five examples of sound shaping where designers add fake sounds to device interactions with everyday products.

“To produce the ideal clunk, car doors are designed to minimise the amount of high frequencies produced (we associate them with fragility and weakness) and emphasise low, bass-heavy frequencies that suggest solidity.”!/889/5-fake-sounds-designed-to-help-humans/

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