A plethora of design problems: Self-checkout machines

“The first thing to notice is how inelegant the whole thing looks, to the point of menacing. It’s a hodge-podge set of equipment, with little to no aesthet

“The first thing to notice is how inelegant the whole thing looks, to the point of menacing. It’s a hodge-podge set of equipment, with little to no aesthetic sensibilities whatsoever. So much for creating a comforting checkout experience. I often see people avoid them like the plague, opting for the traditional checkout line.”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE