Welcome back to day three of the Bathroom Blogfest.
Today I'm sharing some great features I've seen on my travels this last year. This cool sink at O'Hare Airport in Chicago provides easy access for people using wheelchairs while looking (and being) designed in. Would that all universal design was so seamless.
At the Carlsbad Outlet Mall, several features caught my eye. In every stall, they've designed a place (off the floor) to hold your shopping bags. Smart!
They also explain that the restroom has environmentally friendly features.
And provide a family restroom for privacy (especially nice for parents bringing kids of the opposite gender to the restroom).
The Oakland Museum of California offers nursing mothers a comfy couch out of the way.
And the North County Ob/Gyn office offers free feminine products, among other thoughtful features.
Tip of the day: How can you make your restroom more customer friendly? While it's great to design in these features when you build or remodel, you can also add nice touches that show you care.
Visit the group blog, and the other bloggers:
- Kate Rutter—Adaptive Path
- Laurence Helene Borel—Blog Till You Drop
- Iris Shreve Garrott—checking out and checking in
- Susan Abbott—Customer Experience Crossroads
- Maria Palma—Customers Are Always
- Becky Carroll—Customers Rock!
- Toby Bloomberg—Diva Marketing
- Linda Tischler—Fast Company Now
- C.B. Whittemore—Flooring the Consumer
- Ed Pell—K+B DeltaVee
- Helene Blowers—Library Bytes
- Claudia Schiepers—Life and its little pleasures
- Katie Clark—Practical Katie
- Sandra Renshaw—Purple Wren
- Reshma Anand—Qualitative Research
- Marianna Hayes—Results Revolution
- Carolyn Townes—Spirit Women
- Sara Cantor—The Curious Shopper
- Anna Farmery—The Engaging Brand
- Dee McCrorey—The Ultimate Corporate Entrepreneur
- Katia S. Adams—Transcultural