Don’t make me act like my daddy shirt and crew neck sweatshirt
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
It sure would be nice if this video was accessible to blind people. Those captions cannot be read by any text reader or other technology. It should be fully narrated. Don’t make me act like my daddy shirt Or do like Pantene does and have the conditioner bottle shaped differently so it stands on its lid. Easier to use for everyone, and easily distinguishable by touch.
Don’t make me act like my daddy shirt
Also, the shampoo bottles are clear and the conditioner bottles are white so it’s super easy to distinguish if you’re not blind, just not wearing glasses or something. Dots and lines are pointless if people don’t know what they mean or where to feel for them When you were learning how to read you didn’t instinctively know the letter A was a letter A, someone taught you that. If a company creates a system that helps people with no sight distinguish Don’t make me act like my daddy shirt between products by something on the bottle, they will learn which variation goes with which product. If the only difference between an upside down bottle and a right side up bottle is the flat, printed label, how will that help someone with no sight? Your comment is absolutely astounding considering the video you’ve just posted it on
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the bottles are shaped completely differently, you cannot set the conditioned bottle down in such a way that the lid would be on top. Conditioner is much thicker than shampoo, so would logically be the one to put upside down. It’ll acknowledge a slight learning curve, but it’s not like some companies would put shampoo lids on the bottom or anything. It’s a much more logical and already existing solution to multiple problems as opposed to a new solution to only one problem. The bottles may be shaped differently but you still have to learn which shape means shampoo and what shape means conditioner.
Same concept. The line and Dot system has the potential to become Universal. The shape of the bottle does not because each maker purposefully chooses the shape of their bottles for marketing purposes. You will never get every marketer to agree to shapr their bottles in the same way. You could potentially get every company to agree to put the simple, Universal lines and dots on their bottle.