The Typo Pill Case Makes It Easier to Remember Your Meds

By: Michael Hines - Published: Jun 13, 2012 • References: umbra & technabob
Designer Matt Carr is making it easier to remember which pills to take on which day with the Typo pill case. Created for the Umbra, the Typo pill case is designed to mimic the keys on a keyboard, and is labeled with letters corresponding to each day of the week.

Pill cases can be dangerous things, especially when they are poorly designed and put into the hands of those with memory problems. Matt Carr's pill cases make remembering which pills to take easier, and they are also quirky and fun. The Internet generation is getting older every year, so it won't be long before the world's first tweeters and Facebookers need to start taking regular medication. When that time comes, here' hoping they still make Typo pill cases. Stats for Keyboard Medicine Carriers Trending: Older & Chilly
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