What was the thought process behind whoever designed the I/O on/off button?
To me, it seems extremely confusing whether or not I is on, or O is on, and I still get pretty confused today as to which is which.
Why was this designed this way? From a user-experience standpoint, it doesn't make much sense, wouldn't ON/OFF work better? Better yet, why is this still considered the norm in today's society, and not ON/OFF?
Is there anything else better than I/O that is better for the user? Or am I best sticking to I/O?