We have all seen some unfortunate marketing decisions, poorly designed advertisements, and even bad graphic designs. What happens when these bad graphic designs are supposed to inform the public of dangers ahead? Partly meant to be some comic analysis, Thought Catalog contributor, Mat Devine, went through a series of poorly designed “Danger” signs, explaining what they really mean. Some do not always mean, “In Case of Fire, Use Stairs.”
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