Unless the guys at Taco Bell had the 2 AM drunks in mind when they built these self-serve kiosks, we don’t know what would compel anyone to create this.
Sure, it’s perfectly convenient when you’re wasted and want to place your order while you’re lying semi-unconscious on the floor, but if you’re sober and taller than a five-year-old, this is extremely annoying.
What Accident to Do?
Since when the majority of people read from left to right, and then from top to bottom, this sign has it all wrong. They tried to make it legible by using different colors to separate the phrases, but it still just looks confusing.
What makes it even worse is that it's a sign talking about car accidents. This is the kind of thing that causes anxiety attacks, and most people don't know what to do with those, either!
Three Is a Good Number
Whoever designed this sign should pay more attention to phrasing. We get it; the speed limit is 20 mph because there are children on the road. Still, it could also be perfectly misconstrued as absolutely insane advice from parents that went a bit overboard when they decided to try and have siblings for little Jimmy to play with.
Do not exceed 20? We'd strongly recommend not having more than three! Unless you're rich and have 150 nannies.
We'll Take His Word for It
Bravo to Dr. Sam Daher and his wonderful 14-month Invisalign treatment, giving teenagers hope that nobody will ever have to find out they're wearing braces again! However, Dr. Daher should've stayed away from marketing and flyer design.
For future reference, doctor, a "Before and After" photo only works if you can see the difference, which is not the case since, for all we know, Brandon didn't even have teeth in his "before" photo.
Count Dracula, Your Sales Representative
It looks like Mr. Greenberg is much more than a sales representative. He's Count Dracula! No wonder he's number one. He must have drained the blood out of anyone who dared to compete against him.
And to the design geniuses that decided to put a black tilted square behind a man's face to make it look like a vampire collar...thank you for this marketing fail!