The World is Designed for Men
Kat Ely

The article lists examples of products poorly designed for women, and implies that this is due to low percentage of female designers and female engineers.

Does it not follow then that if a product is poorly designed for children, it is because there are to few child designers and child engineers?

Or might one not in stead argue that the design was not well suited for the target audience irrespective of the gender of the designer?

What happened to make the 2nd gen. Pebble better suited for women? Did they hire more female designers and engineers? Or did they simply do a better job of studying there target audience and adapt there design?

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