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Any successful product must strike a balance between form and function. It must be appealing to the eye, but it also needs to be practical and easy to use. The best products are those that seem simple and effortless, even though a great deal of thought and engineering has gone into their design. Take the humble toothbrush, for example. Its basic shape has remained unchanged for centuries, but modern toothbrushes are designed with ergonomics in mind, making them more comfortable and effective to use. Similarly, a well-designed piece of furniture should be both aesthetically pleasing and structurally sound. Aesthetics are important because they play a role in our emotional response to a product. But if a chair collapses under our weight or a table topples over when we try to move it, then we are likely to have a negative reaction regardless of how good it looks. Functionality is therefore essential to product design. Ultimately, the goal is to create something that is both beautiful and functional, something that enhances our lives in some small way.

Any successful product must strike a balance between form and function. It must be appealing to the eye, but it also needs to be practical and easy to use.

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