OK - so we work in the world of digital. Here the affordance is a
perceived one. But what about our real lives?
Here's the thing - I want to start a list of unusable real life
1. Elevator buttons: when I press the wrong floor (which is quite the
frequent occasion in my uncaffienated state before 12pm) why can't I
"unpress" my mistake?
2. Toilet doors: why does one open in and the next out. Furthermore -
why wash your hands when you must touch germ-ridden door handles after
the fact? If there is ever a need to have automatic doors - here it
3. Coffee cups without handles: OK - I'm a great lover of style and
aesthetics, however when it burns my hands off...I'd find it more
classy to have a handle and not have tears in my eyes from lifting my
beloved caffeine to my mouth.