Pattern 4: Task Unification

The Task Unification technique takes multitasking to a whole new level.

With some creative products and services, certain tasks have been brought together and unified within one component of the product or service – usually a component that was previously thought to be unrelated to that task.

Facial moisturizers now have the additional task of providing sunscreen protection. Odor-Eaters socks keep you warm and have the additional job of deodorizing.

Read how the Task Unification Technique has been applied in real world examples

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