First Aid Kits have been predominantly red for as long as I can remember. Plus, when you opened them in the store, they were ordered and made sense…but the second you actually use them they descend into chaos. Individual band-aids, antiseptic wipes and sharp, pointy scissors would be floating freely around in the bottom of your kit, and when you desperately need a band-aid they’re hiding in some mysterious corner that you can never find.
Designer Kevin Harald Campean has come up with a great concept to tackle this modern day annoyance. Each Kit comes with individual instructions and compartments to allow easier finding of vital injury-related items. With icons flagging which compartments contain what, gone are the days of rifling through a million bandages to find just one individual band-aid.
Kevin also chose to change the traditional red, and instead chose orange. The color not only helps to identify the new-age first aid kit but helps to differentiate it from competitors on the shelf.
Personally, I’m a huge fan of Kevin’s design concept, and would love to have one of my own!
By G+ Author: Chris Warren.