i have just finished reading Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men by Caroline Criado Perez. It is an excellent book and a real eye opener for me. On aspect of life that it covered was how various products were designed for the average man, often overlooking women entirely. For example, the newer IPhone is too big for the average woman to use one handed, even though women buy iPhones more often than men do. Police armour is not designed for women and because they have breasts it tends to fit women poorly. Though men are more likely to be in car accidents, women who are in accidents tend to have a higher death rate and injury rate than men because the safety features are designed for the average man. I looked around my house for examples of things that are poorly designed for my use and the first thing I thought was my bathroom cabinet. I am renting and a few years ago my bathroom was given a makeover and that included a new cabinet. Though I was in the house when it was placed on the wall I was not asked about where I wanted it placed and as a result it was put at unsuitable height. I cannot see the bottom of my face in it unless I stand on my toes. If it had been place three inches lower me and my average height sons could have all used it without any problems. Also I cannot open the childproof section as my fingers are too short. I have average size fingers for a women. So I am asking women here what problems you have when it comes to the design of different products? Or for the men here, what problems can you think of that the women in your life have?