Light Controls

Lights

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  1. Ryan Scherf Ryan Scherf

    Worked on this a bunch last night for www.sparkdevices.com. It's a pretty cool product that doesn't require a bunch of rewiring to get smart dimmers/switches.

    The app controls what color the LED is on each socket, and the app would reflect that (so you can coordinate which socket is which).

    The smaller dots would indicate what level the lights are dimmed (so you don't have to tap into each light to see if you aren't in that specific room).

    Lights that aren't on don't glow, but still have the color (and no smaller light indicators).

    over 1 year ago

  2. Ted Goas Ted Goas

    I dig the overall direction, but in this layout even the rooms that have lights turned off are brightly colored. Have you considered dimming the whole module as the light levels go down?

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    over 1 year ago

  3. Ryan Scherf Ryan Scherf

    @Ted Goas I think that's a good point. I wanted to make sure that the LED color was still present, but I could dim it even more.

    over 1 year ago

  4. Ryan Scherf Ryan Scherf

    Would love some thoughts on making this less futuristic, if any of you have any.

    over 1 year ago

  5. Forgot to post this. This is actually what we settled on for the light controls. The previous shot seemed too futuristic and bright (especially in a dim room).

    @2x included.

    over 1 year ago

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