This doesn’t mean that all touch screens are bad. The problem is that in some newer cars, the touch screens control almost everything, including the air conditioning and radio. Why is that bad? Because the physical buttons were easy to use while keeping your eyes on the road. Putting everything on a touch screen can be dangerous and distracting.
Even though they hold expensive liquid that stains very easily, wine glasses were designed with an elevated center of gravity, a small base, and a very fragile mid-section. This make spills much more likely. How did nobody realize this beforehand?
This means that you either have to twist your arm or hold the basket away from your body. It would make much more sense to have the handle go length-wise. Then you could actually hold the basket normally.
In the UK the driver’s seat is on the right. In the US it’s on the left. Neither is where it should be…in the middle. Having the driver’s seat in the middle would drastically decrease the likelihood of people having blindspots on the road.
Instead, they just have numbers. So…do you want to cook that broccoli on temperature 5 or temperature 6?
One of the most classic design flaw examples, this makes it impossible for blind people to differentiate them.
You have to flush 99.99999% of mechanical toilets with your hand. Why can’t they all have foot pedals to flush?