Design What Matters
Designing what matters? That can mean a whole lot of different things, what matters to me is not what matters to other people. The article I read about space toilets was a matter of would I even sit on that? The first toilet was invented for only 50% of the human population, males. This says a lot of things, more than 40 women have been in space from the US since 1983. and they didn't make it for women, just men. and the first toilet was described as pointy! I don't think I would sit on that thing even though it was made only for men. The second toilet designed for over 10 years, is for women and men. But still looks a little confusing, not to mention it costs over 23 million dollars.
This would be the 23 million dollar toilet, which is very confusing. but you can see with the numbers were, to do things at.
To determine what a problem is, you first have to evaluate what is happening first. what I see first is a toilet that was made only for men, that is one heck of a problem for the women astronauts. women can't use it because it is ¨pointy¨ that would be a problem. The second thing that I see is that the remade a space toilet and made it for women and men, I have no such problem with that. However, I do have a suggestion for how confusing it looks, how would you use the toilet without the diagram. The toilet just doesn't look like someone would be able to use it without any help, simple and effective solutions are the best kind because you don't have to go through any training or informing on how to use a toilet, you just use it. The first time I saw the new and old space toilet I just thought, how in the world would I use that thing? well, that comes with recognizing the problem. How do I recognize problems? I evaluate the situation and see if it is inconvenient and or problematic to myself or others. Once I figure that out, I get to work. That was my process of finding and fixing problems.