This single-serving butter’s seal is also a knife.
Creative napkins at a restaurant
This plug that doesn’t bother others plugs.
“The shower in my hotel has a little cutout so you can turn it on before getting in.”
“My local brand of toilet paper puts a to-go roll in each regular roll.”
This USB charger plugs into a power socket.
A mug that stops coffee from running all of the way down to the countertop
A young man invented “Water You Can Eat” to help dementia patients like his grandma stay hydrated.
This kettle fits in to a tilting mount to help people with arthritis pour their tea.
This table perfectly houses it’s chairs.
“This drawer in my kitchen is made to dispense paper towels.”
This is a ball made of honey that you can drop into your tea.
Had a volunteer help me make these stools out of our discarded books for new library seating.
The Itsukushima Shinto Shrine appears on this dish when sauce is poured on it.
This keypad randomizes the numbers every time so someone doesn’t figure out the password from your hand movements.
Our refrigerator has revolving shelves so you can reach everything easily.
Measuring cups designed to visually represent fractions for intuitive use
A lounge chair built into the dock
A bench that folds down for when bus gets busier
This USB-C cable’s cord spells “top” in Braille.
“My roommate’s spatula has a stand so that the part that touches your food, doesn’t touch the counter.”
“My new set of sheets came with a handy little pocket.”
Bikes with airless tires
Drawers that work in corners
“A single egg carton”