Usability Question 2

What is the red button for? I never figured it out. It seemed to be popular in Finland, but not in Denmark, Sweden, or Germany. Sometimes the button was green, sometimes it was on the back of the faucet.

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Also, I do not know the answer, just by the way…

6 Responses to Usability Question 2

  1. Elisabeth says:

    I think the answer is here: http://www.travelblog.org/Europe/Finland/Pirkanmaa/Tampere/blog-372244.html

    Pipin’ hot water! (?)

  2. Katie says:

    In order to guess, I need to know more about the behavioral properties of the red button and its surroundings. Currently, I have absolutely no idea. I have never seen such a thing before. I can only assume it is latent European madness coming through.

    • Katie says:

      See above. It is madness to save small children from hot water. Or something like that. Also, you are probably confusing my mom again and make me seem like I am talking to myself…

  3. Reid says:

    I think it changes the faucet’s output from water to one of:

    (a) red wine
    (b) blood
    (c) strawberry milkshake

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