Posted on Monday, December 1st, 2014 by Toby Sanders
You can tell a lot about people if you see what they purchase at the grocery store, what they throw away, and what they carry in the pockets and bags.
Everyday Carry is a website accompanied by its’ multiple social media channels where anyone can submit a photo of what they are carrying around in their pockets and bags on an every day basis. We can tell a lot by people and their belongings. These items give us a glimpse into what their profession may be, hobbies they have or what type of person they may be in general. Someone might be very organized, messy, timely, or a number of things and their belongings give us a peak at what they do or who they are.
Not only can you browse through different submissions of what people carry around on Everyday Carry, but you can also find out what the product is and where to purchase it. When you scroll over the picture each item is given a number, and on the side of the picture each number shows what the product is. More than what the name of an item is, browsers are given the make and model. Browsers can also click on the item if they want to purchase it and they will be directed to Amazon. Everyday Carry is not only letting users have a peek into other people’s worlds… or pockets, but they’re giving users an option to purchase unique items they may not have realized they wanted or needed.