If you’re planning to sell a product, then you will need to spend time and work on the aesthetics to make sure that it looks as marketable as possible. Appearance plays a huge role in designing a product, which should be appealing and pleasing to the eye. If you’re unconvinced, just look at women’s clothing.
It doesn’t matter if it feels uncomfortable or if it is actually itchy, as long as it looks good enough for her to want to swipe her card. On the other side, we don’t know what these people had in mind when they came up with the items on this list.
Were they planning to run themselves out of business? Or had they wanted to express their individual selves? Whatever the reason, these horrible designs will make you rethink your upholstery, your clothing, and even your dinning set.
1. Face Mask.
2. Side by side chair.
3. Beef dinning set
4. Bed with Feet
Let us know if you are willing to spend a dime in any of these in the comments section below.
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