The smartphone is both inherently productive and distracting, so the conceptual 'Hone' desk lamp has been designed to help offer users a way to curb their usage when trying to get work done.
The stylish lamp features a slender design that has a flat wireless charging pad on the base, which will power up devices and also put them into 'Do Not Disturb' mode. This ensures notifications that come in will be silenced to help users study or get work done in silence rather than constantly shifting between analog and digital work.
The conceptual 'Hone' desk lamp is the design work of Christopher Sarkisian and identifies the need for usage-restricting solutions as consumers seek out ways to reclaim their attention from devices.
The 'Hone' Desk Lamp Charges a Device and Silences Notifications
1. Usage-restricting Solutions - The 'Hone' desk lamp highlights the trend of consumers seeking out ways to curb their smartphone usage and reclaim their attention from devices.
2. Wireless Charging - The inclusion of a flat wireless charging pad on the base of the 'Hone' desk lamp taps into the trend of wireless charging becoming more prevalent in consumer products.
3. 'do Not Disturb' Mode - The 'Hone' desk lamp addresses the trend of users seeking ways to silence notifications and create a distraction-free work environment by automatically activating 'Do Not Disturb' mode.
1. Home Decor - The 'Hone' desk lamp demonstrates a potential disruptive innovation opportunity within the home decor industry by combining functionality and technology in a stylish design.
2. Consumer Electronics - The integration of wireless charging and 'Do Not Disturb' mode in the 'Hone' desk lamp showcases a potential disruptive innovation opportunity within the consumer electronics industry by addressing the need for usage-restricting solutions.
3. Productivity Tools - The 'Hone' desk lamp presents a potential disruptive innovation opportunity within the productivity tools industry by offering a multi-functional device that helps users stay focused and productive.