Yes! Oh my word, yes, Mark. I own a Mac. I own it for rounded corners and my other baseline design requirements (say, symmetry or... colour). I own an iPod for the same reasons. I mean, honestly. This isn't hard, folks. I'm a sweaty developer nerd with Dorito-stained hands and no social skills. Even I could design a better laptop than this monstrosity I'm typing on. Let's start with the keyboard:
Who wants to guess what's wrong with this picture? We've taken away all the other distractions so you can focus.
Think. Look and think. What aspects of this small plastic token make you want to barf?
If any of these came to mind...
- Character formatting
- Character positioning
- Key shape
- Key colour
- Key surface texture
Tangentially, now. For those who've asked, The TightPinkProduct is an intentional misnomer. Let me peel away the layers of mystery to reveal what it isn't: It isn't a product. It isn't pink. And it is only tight in one sense of the word.
It's little more than a concept. A simple idea I wish someone would use to make a small fortune. It's not revolutionary. It's not even interesting. But it will work.
I'll buy The TightPinkProduct. Heck, I'll even overpay by $200 to get it before anyone else.