It takes only ten seconds to Escalators Manufacturers to go upstairs and downstairs by elevator. However, from the designer's point of view, just a few minutes in the small elevator space contains questions about the university. 'Understanding what people do in elevators, what emotions they have, and what preferences they have is a topic that we have been researching in recent years.' said Timo Tienen, the design and technical director of KONE elevators in Finland. After solving the speed and safety issues, people have put forward higher requirements for taking elevators, but many people have not carefully considered their inner needs for elevators. But in order to gain more market share and reputation, elevator manufacturers began to pay attention to the detailed design of elevators. 'During several years of market research, we were very surprised by some of the results obtained in the survey.But for designers, they are a valuable asset to inspire.' According to Timothy's introduction, they found that Customers in different countries have very different elevator habits. For example, Americans are the happiest elevator users. Both driving and riding the elevator can give them the pleasure of moving quickly. Designing the elevator to resemble a car cabin is probably the most willing solution for them. Canadians are most relaxed in the elevator. The elevator is regarded as one of their resting places. Railings and handrails are their favorite objects to lean against. Relatively speaking, British people tend to feel anxious in the elevator, soothing their hearts with soft music can get good feedback from users. Although Germans are the most easy-going elevator users, many of them prefer simple elevators. When Russians take the elevator, they spend a moment of leisure to tidy up their instruments, turn over their collars, and smooth their hair. Therefore, an elevator that can use the wall as a mirror best meets the psychological needs of Russian customers.