With all of the new phones coming out that pack a multitude of functions and touch screens that allow simple flicks (accidental or otherwise) to set off any number of actions, sometimes it is nice to have a device that simply feels good in the hand.
That is where the Make Sens phone comes in. The phone, a concept gadget designed by Takumi Yoshida, uses curves and a flowing design to make the phone easier to use by those with poor eyesight and/or attention challenged. This is a phone that you could easily dial without watching the screen.
Another phone feature is in the notifications – instead of a small message indicator light the phone incorporates a generous sidebar light that is really hard to miss (Just be quick to answer your messages if you plan on sticking the phone in your white pants).