21+ Simple Yet Genius Ideas That Should Be Implemented Everywhere

By: Anuradha

Modern problems need modern solutions. With all our daily happenings, life has become much more complicated and sometimes when you happened to step out of your comfort zone, you would feel like dying. That is because we all have been trained to live according to a routine and most of us are not adjustable to sudden changes in that order. Sometimes when your wife gets sick and you have to do shopping all alone by yourself, you can panic like hell. But, at such a time if you can go to a shop where they provide a shopping assistant, imagine how easy your life can be!

Most of the genius ideas presented here are aimed to make your life much. Though these things seem simple, they would be much help to you when you are in need and that is why we thought of sharing these with you. scroll down to see how these ideas would be beneficial to you and don’t forget to share what you feel about these with us.

#1. The bathroom at my doctor’s office has a discreet way for victims of abuse, violence or human trafficking to get help. (theryanfight)

#2. A sign in the women’s bathroom for those who feel unsafe on a date. (Rachel Geng)

‘Ask for Angela’ is a new campaign designed to reduce sexual abuse on nights out. The campaign was originated in a pub in Lincolnshire, England in 2016 and it has been practicing in many bars and pubs all around the world since then.

#3. My local vet has a sign and a candle for when someone’s pet is dying. (trojanknight)

#4. This park has a swing for wheelchair users. (Kittenblack)

The rope pull is included within the design and it allows those with upper body mobility to swing themselves independently.

#5. These lines go up the wall and help drivers to park perfectly in between lanes. (Krzyygamin)

#6. A color blinded viewer. (aegist1)

This color-blind view is located at five state park locations across the state. It was designed by the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development and Tennessee state parks.

#7. In Singapore, the elderly are given more time to pass through pedestrian when they show their identity card to the machine. (NickyNek)

When the Identity card is swiped at the sensor, the cardholder is given extra 3-13 seconds to cross the road.

#8. This toilet flushes by using a foot. (BradleyC5922)

#9. My mom’s 3D printed cast which even permits her to take a shower with it. (xventriloquist)

#10. A shop that gives you the options to have an assistant or to shop by yourself. (noideawhatsupp)

#11. Hexagonal graph paper for Organic chemistry. (woodruff42)

#12. A dish soap that lists the purpose of each ingredient. (silevram)

#13. My grocery store started selling overripe, discount bananas with a recipe for banana bread on the bag. (WholesomeSwissCheese)

#14. A Rubix cube for the blind. (Notafakeinterpreter)

#15. Fire evacuation plans set at the ground level of a hotel. You would be able to see it even if the hallways if filled with smoke. (cawclot)

#16. Washing your hands to flush toilet. (willbo_baggins_YW)

#17. Supermarket trolleys with a map of the supermarket. (caspii2)

#18. A stall for the dog outside a supermarket in Copenhagen. (Flixen01)

#19. This floor is perfectly flat but designed like this to stop people from running in the hallways. (roadtrip-ne)

This design has taken more than 400 tiles to create it.

#20. A public bike stand with a built-in pump. (cremecitron)

#21. A bathroom that uses light to let you know if a stall is in use. (katewhiteshark)

#22. A CVS vending machine is full of medicine and hygiene products. (CommandLionInterface)

The vending machine feature a 22″ multi-touch screen, displaying high-resolution images with expansive product information.

#23. A car wash that has a gun for kids that shoots soap suds at the cars going into the car wash. (Micool31)

#24. A business card for kids who are allowed to go to places by themselves. (jordan460)

#25. A pizza box that can be torn in half and folded to create a smaller box for leftovers. (dark_forebodings_too)

#26. A car park in France that has soft barriers between parking spaces to stop people from scratching other cars. (tomoblob)

#27. The inside of a pizza box was a Tuxedo. (pwenski)

#28. A menu card in an Italian restaurant that shows the way how each pizza would look like. (polynilium)

#29. A classroom that has a mirror in front of Teacher’s counter so that students can see when he is cooking. (AlexsDoritos)

#30. A shoe shop that has an area to test your new shoes, containing Lego. (Fresh_Asuna