On this lovely Friday we reviewed our Design Proposal and began another milestone. Our second milestone was completed when we turned in our Design Proposal which we worked hard on to and today we received our results as to how we did. It wasn’t the grade we expected but thanks to our teacher Ms. Meisner were knew it only left room for improvement. We realized as we now take a step forward we must take in mind whats feasible. Creating a bathtub seems impossible, but after meeting with Ms. Meisner and reviewing how we can improve our bathtub so it can become a reality for our customers.
Of course with any project there are bound to be mistakes, but there’s nothing that can’t be done with the an optimistic view and determination. After meeting with our teacher the LynG Bath reviewed as to what we can improve on our bathtub. In out meeting we realized we were trying to redesign a whole bath rather that improving the minor things. Our mission was to create a innovative and cost efficient bath, but instead we looked at both what we can change in both a big and small perspective and realized this comes to be expensive rather than inexpensive, so it’s time to reevaluate and think of how we will move forward from here.
Viewing our original idea you can see how our overall goal is to create a bathtub that is safe because from what we originally saw was that there were many accidents happening from slipping to causing health risks. From our group I can see that we mostly wan to keep our flooring idea of cement because it prevents slipping as well as how an individual will enter the bathtub, inserting a door. The reason I see us keeping these designs is because the floor will prevent our customers from falling which was a big
issue for our customers. As for the door many customers had issues entering and exiting the bathtub, this is due to the fact that we’re aiming our bathtub to those of an older age, and from interviews we saw Mr. Josephson, Mr. Romero, as well as others that suffered from arthritis creating the difficulty to work their knees or bones for this case. By providing a walkin door it’ll allow our customers to enter the bath with no difficulties and be at ease. We hope our customers find our bath as a helpful tool in their everyday because we’re working for our clients need.
The LynG Bath group looks forward as we move onward in our project and accomplish our goals.