The worst possible number input method
By - ArrogantlyHasty
This is from a competition to design the worst possible user interface for phone number input.
My favorite was a button that randomly generated a 10 digit number.
Oh! Makes sense! Thank you kind sir for bringing back a bit of hope in humanity. I mean I know it was malice (the implementation is non trivial) but I thought it was actually inflicted on others.
How about this: 2 colour wheels
the first 5 numbers of the hex code of the first colour and the last 5 numbers of the hex code of the second colour is combined for the phone number
And every time you select a color the entire wheel rotates a random amount.
Drop down menu with all possible combinations…in a random order.
I finally get to use this
Made me laugh out loud. Thank you!
[382 days ago](https://redd.it/gvb9ix) -- 1334 points
I also found these posts with the same title, but I'm not 100% sure if they match:
[169 days ago](https://redd.it/koao2h) (4245 points) (Image data was not identical)
[618 days ago](https://redd.it/dg7es0) (18675 points) (Image data was not identical)
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Ha, they ain’t getting my number then. Any number will do. Sheesh.
It gets worse