Facebook's 'Meh' Button Will Point Out Mediocre Ideas

By: Vittoria Natarelli - Published:   Updated: Jul 11 2011 • References: flickr & gearfuse
Facebook's 'Meh' button could revolutionize the way you respond to people's statuses. The 'Meh' button is a concept design created by Flickr user Ken Murphy to poke fun at the Facebook 'Like' feature.

As a brilliant idea and simple design that may help you respond to certain statements on Facebook, the 'Meh' button will definitely serve an important purpose if it were to come into virtual reality.

Implications - Consumers often parody things in the media as a way to both engage with the reference while also enhancing the experience of a product for others. Corporations should not overlook the messages behind consumer parodies as they often provide insight which may potentially improve the overall effectiveness of a product.

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