20 Detailed Designs That Are Unbelievably Useful and Aesthetically Pleasing
The design of products plays a massive role in how successful a certain item will be in the market. People buy with their eyes before anything else and even if your product is great, bad design might keep sales low. And in an era where competition is so high, designers try to be as innovative and creative as possible. Luckily, we get to see amazing creations every single day that are not just useful but also very pretty to look at.
Now I’ve Seen Everything would like to give a round of applause to these 20 creators that just know what many people would want or need to buy.
1. Red grapefruit juice box cap.
2. Knee-activated faucets at a supermarket, Italy
3. A door knob for those who are wearing gloves
4. A page holder to prevent pages from turning in your book
5. This handicap ramp is built into the staircase.
6. Each Steamfresh bag has the cook time on the microwave for what you are cooking.
7. “This book stand.”
8. “Whale bag.”
9. With this spoon you will never spill spices/coffee/flour.
10. This playground has a swing for wheelchairs.
11. Lockable skateboard parking.
12. This manhole cover in Seattle is a map of the city.
13. “Any love for packaging here? Very thoughtful hardware package design.”
14. The kid’s menu at Chick-fil-A is at kid’s eye level.
15. This restaurant has a breathalyzer on the counter where you pay.
16. This pizza place gives you instructions on how to reheat your pizza with your receipt.
17. “My local community college has collapsible monitors that can automatically go down so you can have more desk space.”
18. Power sockets you can combine like honeycomb
19. The tags from this clothing brand are attached with a piece of cloth so you can cut them off and they won’t itch your skin.
20. “Anti-pollution sign by a lake in Evergreen, Colorado.”
Have you ever stumbled upon any designs that made you go “wow!”? Was it something that you know would make your life better or was it simply something very aesthetically pleasing to look at?