When talking about products, the design of it is closely connected to the strategy instead of the aesthetics. A good design is a process of intentionally producing something while considering its purpose, use, economics, and sociocultural factors. Sometimes design could be "ugly," and sometimes beautiful, but when done well, it always serves its purpose
Product design takes a lot of work. Not only is needed to function as advertised, but it also has to be safe to use and practical. Planning and testing are essential parts of the creation process. Technology, for example, makes most of the times our lives simpler. Other times, you end up wondering, “Do we actually need an app for that?”
What happens when the design tries to solve a problem we don't have or is merely just ridiculously bad designed? We end up with products like this:
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