Deceptive Designs


WP Writers Group

remce.sulitThis is the sticker you will find on old Acer netbooks (of course Windows 7 are only available now on old PC’s too).

What do you observe of this almost half-inch sticker (actual size)? If you look at this even with 20/20 vision, you will most probably miss the bottom portion which reads ‘Starter’. Why? Because not only is the font or type smaller but it’s background was also made gray. Now do you see how deceptive artworks are made?

Although I’m satisfied with Starter, I still can’t get over how I was duped to believe I was buying premium Windows 7.

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