When my son was a toddler, my wife and I used a now-discontinued smart nightlight to teach him when it was morning (because it really sucks waking up at 5am with an energetic toddler).
A few months ago The Scenery was approached by a client to design a very similar concept: a connected nightlight and sound machine. Needless to say I was psyched at the possibilities. From experience I knew it needed to be big and simple and easy to use with one hand (if you've ever tried to put a sleeping baby in a crib you get me). The UI needed to control the light and sounds, change color, intensity, volume, and include a simple flow for setting timers and schedules.
It ended up being one of the most fun projects we've worked on to date here at The Scenery, and a personal favorite of mine.
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