In order to add value to products by increasing its aesthetic appeal dfi has extensively studied current market trends related to form and aesthetics. The 'clean' design for a set of speakers included many innovations that enhanced the visual appeal and made it more pragmatic to use and maintain.
Since conventional 'buttons' look ugly on the control box and touch-screens become expensive, 'toggle switches' were seen as a cost-effective and good-looking alternative. Apart from this, the other new features included the design of a slot on the top for concealing the pen-drive (which otherwise looks like an unappealing protruding appendage), making the back-plate sleek, and creating a winding system for the wires of the satellite speakers to do away with their clumsy clutter on tables.
" A designer knows he has
not when there is nothing
left to add, but
when there is nothing
left to take away. " - Antoine de Saint-Exupery