If you haven’t gotten used to your keyboard’s configuration by this time, then I doubt you ever will. It’s in cases like these where concepts like the Puzzle Keyboard will come in handy. It’s basically a modular keyboard that lets you arrange letters and characters based on your personal preferences. If you’d like ‘M’ to take the place of your ‘A’, then all you have to do is switch the keys over and snap them back into place.
With the Puzzle Keyboard, everyone and anyone can modify and customize their keyboard based on their typing habits.
It’s really too bad that it’s just a concept for now.
The Puzzle Keyboard, which was a 2012 Red Dot Award: Design Concept winner, was designed by Wan Fu Chun.
VIA [ Yanko Design ]