If you take a long look around you, you’ll observe there are a lot of people you’ve to give a standing ovation and one of the most notable are inventors. Designers have overtime been engineering the way humans do things, from how breakfast is eaten to brushing of one’s teeth at night. At a point or the other, humans largely rely on designers for things.
Have you ever come across elevator buttons that can be pressed with feet? Or perhaps a shirt designed to assist women with big b***b feels comfortable? Well, there are plenty of accessories and tools that can help avoid wasting money as well as everyday struggles.
Creative minds in this article have, however, work to make our lives easier and evidently their labor can be seen everywhere. We couldn’t help but applaud these designers who have introduced smart solutions to our daily struggles. We persuade you to give them a standing ovation after glancing through, enjoy!
Credit card changes CCV every 3 hours (so no even these screenshots are dangerous at all!).
This baby store has different surfaces to “road test” the strollers.
This accident-proof garbage disposal switch.
Save energy by having three fans run on a single motor.
Toothpaste lists AND describe the purposes of each ingredient.
Hammer provided to test the durability of the glasses.
This store arranges and mark their bananas based on ripeness.
This staircase in Hyderabad, India that motivates you.
Oklahoma draws map on their manhole and the white dot is where you are right now.
Lights that tell you where to go from a distance.
This staircase that comes with a ramp for your bike.
This shop with samples of flooring to test your shoes.
This pet shop in Monterrey provides cleaning solutions when your dog poops!
These restrooms that actually have a separate toilet for the kid.
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Shirt with buttons that don’t let gaps form around the bust.
Chop-fork that let’s you choose how you want to eat.
This airport with its infinity pool.
Wireless charging that is built in these tables.
Weather testing room in this winter clothing store.
Angled mirrors on the chef that show how meals are prepared.
This wok with circles to measure oil.
Toaster over with ‘a bit more’ button.
Fridge that comes with manual to help people understand noises that occur during normal use.
Vendor sells his meat with different preparations.
This elevator with feet buttons.
Clinic with a separate waiting room for newborns or immune-compromised kids.
This airport in Paris has arcades to help people pass time.
Faucet that can be operated with foot for when your hands are dirty.