Monday, April 29. 2013
On this side the door needs to be pushed:
On this side the door has to be pulled:
Monday, April 22. 2013
Usually the second monitor is used for extending the desktop's real estate. Not in this example. In this office the extra monitor is used for post it notes.
The reason: if email is on the extra monitor, then less work gets done as the user keeps an eye on the arrived mail all the time. So more work gets done with the monitor turned off. And as the monitor is already there, the user uses it for post-it notes.
Monday, April 8. 2013
This one was interesting to operate. Buttons need to be pressed and held down for water to flow. When one button is pushed in (e.g. right cold) only one hand can be washed. It is impossible to hold both buttons down and wash hands :). Mixing water is also not possible without plugging the sink (the plug is not there).
Monday, March 11. 2013
At first I was puzzled as I was searching for sensors. Then I realised that this tap is operated by pedals on the floor. Hygienically very good. Selecting a desired temperature a more complex task :). I like it.
Monday, February 25. 2013
This tap operates by turning the top knob left or right to select the desired temperature and pushing it to start the water flow. The temperature indicator is very nice as it shows the amount of cold and warm water.