The design byte - 001 // SAT. 20 JUNE. 2020

Baby dispensing ATMs

If you excuse the grave proximity error of the designer to place these two visual elements besides each other; I can sarcastically assume that there is an ‘ATM which dispenses babies’ ahead of me. Jokes apart, but it also made me think that the placement decision must have been executed by automated software, rather than the decision of a human being. This is because a human being would have pointed it as a funny semantic error.

To a large extent, if the visual elements (icons, symbols, texts) in signage are standardized, then designing an exclusive software for meant for signage design is a product opportunity.

Maybe, it’s an idea worth exploring