“When I was little, my parents often made promises to me and didn't keep them,” says designer Arthur Se. - Usually, these empty conversations were just a ploy to get me to work around the house, do my homework and a bunch of other restrictions.
It even happened that they gave them, if only I did not do something. And whenever I reminded them of these promises, they immediately began to complain about the memory, they say, we do not remember this. And I wanted a certain "Seal of Promise".
Winner of the 2007 Red Dot Award, this seal is a digital device that helps legitimize an agreement between a child and his or her parents. Therefore, the next time dad promises to buy a game console for his child for good school performance, the young sly can be sure that he will buy it as soon as you show your parents the diary. Naturally, this seal is valid for parents as well. They can also ask the child to keep their promises so that everything is fair. A fairly simple invention can play a very large role in a family. It makes children understand the value of trust and the promise they have made, and will help parents in raising their children.