Designers and marketers compete relentlessly in creativity, but the winner is always the one who makes things the most practical. If a product can solve problems that competitors’ goods can’t, the customer’s choice is obvious.
This milk carton shows you how much milk is left.
“My notebook is also a calculator.”
This cup is made of jelly and can be eaten.
This coffee cup lid has room for your nose.
IKEA furniture is fitted with a nail guide, which makes it very convenient to screw.
“My ramen has a built-in filter.”
“This shelf my mom bought for her office came with a pair of gloves so you don’t cut yourself with the metal.”
“My new sheets have a label on each side that says ‘side’ or ‘top or bottom’.”
“At work, the tissue boxes have different colored tissues on the end so you know there are only a few left in the box.”
This box tells you whether the delivery person shook it or dropped it.
This one has a hot stamp instead of a krumplin sticker. This helps reduce the amount of waste.
“There’s a line on my spoon where the center of gravity is.”
I now have a very strong desire to find and mark the same on all my dishes.
“I’ve just discovered a shop where you can take your old candle jar in and get a refill for half price”.
“This soap bottle lists the purpose of each ingredient.”
This USB connector can switch between different ports.