Pictures of example products
The door handle on the London taxi (see picture below) was designed with the help of Arthritis Care. It is easy to grip, and has a light to show when the taxi is for hire.
The cab also has:
- A baby seat,
- A charging point for a mobile phone,
- A make up mirror,
- A swing out seat,
- An induction loop so hearing aid users can talk to the driver,
- A ramp under the floor (see picture below).
Large Handled kitchen tools
Picture shows:jar opener, large handled vegetable peeler and large handled tin opener.
Big button phone
big, protruding buttons with large labeling
This strainer, with broad handle, makes it easier to drain vegetables than lifting a heavy saucepan of water
Washing Machine Controls
Some of Ricability's observations on washing machine controls - good and bad examples of design
Labelling around the programme control is difficult to read.
Pale green symbols are impossible to see by people with poor sight.
Push button - flush but large and light to push.
Protruding dials are easy to grip and the labelling easy to see
Thin dials on a recessed surface - not easy to grip.
Dials with a textured edge make gripping easier.
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