One of the most irritating systems that I use is one that I encounter almost every day. Whenever I go to the Lynch bathroom, located outside of our Digital Communications classroom, to wash my hands I encounter an issue. When I reach for the knobs on the sink, the automated soap dispenser located on the wall will release soap on to my arm. With a few modifications I feel that it would be very easy to resolve the issues with the current layout.
When reconstructing this interface it is important utilized the basic laws and rules related to interaction design to build a more affective system. Several solutions that are both plausible and effective include, repositioning the soap dispensers and designing new types of soap dispensers.
With a few modifications, the results of a poorly designed layout could be greatly reduced. These modifications would lead to a more pleasant and efficient experience for users.