“A machine at Heathrow airport so you can refill your water bottle after security so you dont need to throw it away.’
“I was about to send my job application without attaching my CV. Gmail saved me!”
This picnic bench allows for wheelchair access.
These numbers change randomly to ensure that people can’t memorize your hand movements and decipher your PIN.
This paper came with my refrigerator and tells that “there are some sounds during normal running”
“This plug that don’t bother others plugs”
Tesla cars have a feature that lets bystanders know that the car is air-conditioned and the pen inside is safe.
The carpets let you know how much room you have should a door swing open.
“Early morning mistake saved by Siri. Forgot it was past midnight.”
“A to-go cup from Jason’s deli. Very sturdy and well made. Practically spill proof. I feel like you’d almost have to purposely spill this.”
“This hand cream has a grip so you can close it with slippery hands”
Toothpaste that tells you where the ingredients are from and what they do.
Now you’ll always know how hot you prefer your water.
This hexagonal shaped graph paper for chemistry
No more losing your spoon in soup.
“This sink that never splashes back, and gives you plenty of hand space.”
Cool crosswalk design in Kyrgyzstan.
This airport designer is an angel.
Genius design: This flip-top water bottle