So as you can see by my our previous post we are working on our deliverable, which just so happens to be due today. So instead of talking about it more than Ramesha did previously, I plan on doing a quick check-in, and remind our lovely readers, and possible future customers what we as Baby Beepers hopes to accomplish. So, lets get to it.
Before Baby Beeper can address customer problems such as comfort and user friendliness, it is important to understand and solve the main problem that we addressed in our mission statement of safety, specifically the unfortunate child vehicular heatstroke deaths. As presented by organizations such as Safe Kids Worldwide, a child’s body heats up three to five times faster than an adult body. Safe Kids Worldwide has also stated, “Creating reminders and habits is an effective way to ensure that a child is not forgotten in the vehicle.” Baby Beeper is working on a way to hopefully conquer the unfortunate problem of child vehicular heatstroke deaths, by innovating car seats to do just what Safe Kids Worldwide suggested, create a reminder.
In conquering the problem of child vehicular heatstroke deaths Baby Beeper would also like to address the majority of the problems brought froth through through customer interviews conducted. Which just so happened to be design issues. Baby Beeper hopes to solve these problems by rethinking the entire design of car seats. Starting from scratch, and using different materials. Materials that are hypoallergenic, comfortable, and safer. By rethinking thinking the car seat and changing materials, Baby Beeper hopes to also solve the issue of user friendliness.
That pretty much sums it up, but before I end this post I feel it’s still important to address the topic of our deliverable. So a deliverable is pretty much a compilation essay. It has everything we have been doing since the brainstorming stage of what we wanted to innovate. It contains background research, design sketches, and what our future plans are. It’s a hefty document that is now in the double digits, page number wise. So before I add photos of us Baby Beepers working hard on our deliverable, I would like to ask two things:
What do you feel is the most important in a car seat? and
Do you think it is important to keep car seats neutral colors, and why? (sorry, I lied that’s technically three)
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