Excuse me, but your agenda is showing.
The notch is a brilliant piece of design, not because it’s aesthetic or usable (because it’s not). The notch is a brilliant piece of design because through it’s introduction, it’s slowly deleting the user’s compulsion to register with their true thoughts. How have they been doing this? The notch is very transparent in how it exposes its subjects (you) to accept a lie that the notch is a superior solution warranting its premium price. Cattle farmers have evolved from the learnings accumulated from the past. They devised a system by which the beef cows they raise feel safe, until the moment they’re slaughtered. It’s a system of curved fencing that sweeps the cattle into a funnelling channel. It’s believed the 180 degree curves that S their way forward, convince the cows they are returning to the pasture (like a U-turn). Successful design is about making the customer feel safely distracted from the underlying agenda. That agenda is to safely steer you into compliance, in order to accept the hand you’ve been dealt.
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