19 Times Companies Went An Extra Mile To Put Peoples' Comfort First
Effort always counts, no matter what the size of it. Good actions always matter, especially in the world where almost everything thing is capitalized, so when companies go an extra mile for the comfort of people it is always heartwarming.
Let us look at the warm actions of companies done for the benefit of people and we are posting it here today to appreciate these efforts.
#1. Uno released a version of the game for the blind
#2. This miniature church allows blind people to experience the shape of the building
#3. Special chain plugs were installed on a playground so that children’s fingers wouldn’t get pinched
#4. These public restrooms have a door opener so you don’t have to touch the handle when leaving
#5. You can refill your water bottle after a security check at Heathrow airport
#6. This elevator has foot buttons to press when your hands are full
#7 “My new carving knife came with 3 bandages”
#8. This tuna lunch comes with a mint to get rid of bad breath
#9. An airport lounge has instructions to make a paper plane
#10. The T-shirt size is mentioned on the hanger itself. There’s no need to check every t-shirt to find the correct size
#11. “The ice cubes in my iced coffee are...coffee”
#12. Bollywood movies are usually very long which is why Indian cinemas usually take breaks and show a timer on the screen
#13. This terminal in Amsterdam has a free arcade to help you kill time
#14. This Japanese restaurant has a table for those who want to spend time on their own
#15. A local grocery store put up a table with free ice water during hot weather
#16. This retirement home has a fake bus stop to keep residents with dementia from wandering off
#17. This hotel’s handicap accessible rooms have a second, lower peephole
#18 An airport employee ran down the boarding tunnel with a Starbucks order
An airport employee ran down the boarding tunnel with a Starbucks order for the 3 passengers that didn’t have time to pick some up before the gate closed.
#19. The dangerous section of this road was equipped with lighting built directly into the road