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The ‘Museum Of Annoying Experiences’ Could Bring Out The Karen In You
By Mikelle Leow, 08 Jun 2021
Screenshot via The Museum of Annoying Experiences
Virtual galleries are all the rage these days, but before you get to this one, you might want to pop a chill pill first.
With the help of London-based creative agency Phantom Studios, Zendesk has opened the jarring Museum of Annoying Experiences, which imagines customer service vexations as a thing of the past. It’s the year 3000, and rather than a dystopian era, Zendesk visualizes it as “pure, seamless bliss.”
The museum experience is pleasant, because terrible customer relations no longer exist—it’s the array of exhibits that might set you off. You, a visitor from the future, are invited to navigate and interact with the museum’s tongue-in-cheek artifacts, like being forced to stay on hold during a call and—egads—CAPTCHA.
Take a trip to the utopian future here.
[via Awwwards, images via The Museum of Annoying Experiences]
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