The board and its six different types of pieces come through nicely. All of the tile types have a distinctive shape and color on them so you won't easily place a piece in the wrong location because you thought the orange hexagon looked too much like the yellow circle. As for any kind of HUD, the only thing you really need is the tiles in your hand and a meter for how many points you and your opponent have for each symbol. Both are displayed simply and effectively.
To be honest, I don't remember much about the game's audio. The music was low key and stayed out of the way while the simple sounds of placing tiles was also non-distracting. I guess in a game of strategy like Ingenious, these are admirable traits to have.