Creative designers around the world keep thinking out of the box to come up with amazing designs to look elegant and help ease the job of the users. If you start looking for one, you will get innumerable product designs that you would want to take home to enjoy the ease of workflow, add to your modern interiors and to solve other purposes. Dependency on others for any work is something that almost each one of hates. Isn’t it? Whilst some of us don’t know how to get the particular work done there are some people who don’t have no choice than to bank upon others for work. Yes, I am talking about people with disabilities.
However, now a days designers are working in favour of people with some kind of disabilities to help them do the work on their own without being dependent on others. One such example is the product that we are going to talk about here.
Designed by Yijin Chou, Cing-En Chen, Shin-Han Shen and Yu-Chi Liao, here is a nice looking trash can that is not just visually appealing to sit in your modern home but is functionally smart too. Named Pack Master, the trash can is designed keeping people with limited limb functionality in mind.
Pack Master is a trash can that makes tying and taking out the trash easy. The trash can comes with a knotting assistive device that is integrated on the top to help people with dysfunctional hands effortlessly tie a knot using the branching design. All one has to do is cut out directly on the waste bin’s top edge that is wisely designed branch system. Make a garbage bag go around the branch shape pivot through the slit in the middle, push the formed knot and pull the garbage bag, complete the knot on the bag and you are done.
By transforming intuitive operating into designing , designer has made the knotting assistive device that simplifies the actions of packing the trash. The simple branching design serves as a pivot that helps improves fluency of the movement of tying the bag thereby effectively helping users is easily tying the knot with single hand.
Besides being functionally smart and helpful for people with limited limb functionality, Pack Masters sits anywhere in your modern home without making guests understand that its a trash can before you tell them where to put the garbage.
All-in-all, trash can with a twist is a simple one line description of the ‘Pack Master’. What’s your take on this? Would you like to take it home or even if you don’t like the idea much, share your viewpoint with us.