The head waitress/matriarch of this family-owned dumpling restaurant in Shenzhen was quite proud of her improvised viewing solution. “It makes it a lot better when things are slow around here and I can watch my Korean dramas like this while I prepare [more dumplings].”
“Fit” is often mentioned when discussing the role of a product in a potential customer’s life. This illustrates how, ideally, equal emphasis will be placed upon a product fitting into users’ lives physically (whether being hung, propped up, etc.) as well as emotionally/cognitively. What product best fits your life, both physically and emotionally (intentionally or otherwise)?
Sometimes the little things, those determined by the unpredictable quirks of dark matter, means all the difference in making a user happy – like how well a cellphone fits into a chopstick holder.