6 Examples of design failure in everyday life We’ve Become Used To
6 Examples of design failure in everyday life We’ve Become Used To

“Bad design is simply great imagination without wisdom”- M. cobanli

We use certain objects in our daily lives, which we have difficulty using, but we are so used to working around those difficulties that we don’t stop to think why we tolerate such bad designs.

Bad designs aren’t just something not pleasing to look at. Things that degrade user experience are bad designs. At best, bad designs do not help the user’s cause; at worst, they hinder their cause by creating obstacles for the user to climb over.

Good designs, on the other hand, don’t have to be something very…


Although WhatsApp doesn’t need any introduction but still here is some brief about it, WhatsApp is a FREE messaging app available for Android and other smartphones. Switch from SMS to WhatsApp to send and receive messages, calls, photos, videos, documents, and Voice Messages.

Understanding the challenge 💪

WhatsApp was just what messaging needed to be. Quick, easy, painless, and endless. It is so effective it has become synonymous with texting.

The challenge was identifying problems in a system that already worked well. Everyone knows how to fix a bad experience. I believe the real test lies in making good things work even better!

I identified 2 problem areas 🧐


Step 1

Open a new document in photoshop and make the width: 1550px, the height: 870px and the resolution: 150 px. Then click on “Create”.


My college held a hackathon(A hackathon is an event, where programmers get together for a short period of time to collaborate on a project) for girls. I decided to take part in that. We made a team of four members. So it was time to select the project on which we were going to work. We went through many projects idea like teaching platform, trip planner app, space app. And finally, we got an app idea, on which we all were agreed, that shows the crime rate of an area and also provides the safest root to reach the destination.


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