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IB Diploma Design Technology

Collection of folder work from IB Diploma Students from GEMS World Academy

kieran walsh

on 24 February 2016

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Transcript of IB Diploma Design Technology

Internal Assessment - GEMS World Academy
IB Diploma Design Technology
Design Problem (2)
Design Brief (2)
Specification (2)
Planning (6)
Research Plan (2)
Data Collection (2)
Analysis (2)
Research (6)
Creativity (2)
Technique (2)
Final Solution (2)
Development (6)
Manipulative Skills (6)
Evaluation (6)
Procedure - Plans (2)
Use of Equipment and materials (2)
Technique (2)
Conclusion (2)
Procedure (2)
Recommendations (2)

Carry out a range of tests on the product. For example:
Use a questionnaire to obtain useful feedback from the intended user
Test your final product in the location it is intended for.
Carry out physical tests on the products functionality
Observe and record how the user interacts with the product.
Obtain feedback from an expert or client
Clearly evaluate your final product against
your original specification.
Justify all modifications and objectively explain how successfully your product meets each specification point
Recommend any further modifications to your design
Use sketches, or CAD models, or working drawings to show these modifications.
Consider how the product would change for industrial manufacture at a different scale of production, e.g. Mass production.
Identify weaknesses and strengths of your project.
Explain what you would have done differently at each stage of the project, to produce a better product.
Conclude on the overall success of your project.
Be objective and critical. Use the feedback, testing and evaluation you have completed to conclude on the overall strengths and weaknesses of your final product.
Produce detailed time plans showing how the product is to be manufactured.
Use flowcharts to show sequences of how equipment is used and quality control procedures used.
Identify risks and precautions taken at all stages of manufacture.
Produce detailed working drawings for the final product and each component
Produce detailed parts lists identifying materials, components and quantity used.
Ensure you use a range of tools and equipment to manufacture a product of high quality.

Ensure you are following your plan
and recording all manufacturing, justifying any changes to your plans.
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