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Transcript: TITLE Sub-title Hello! WELCOME! This is the first topic for introducing your project or idea. Replace the example slides with your own content. Use this page to outline your topics, to-dos, takeaways, etc. First things first Content Content Slides Get to the main point of your Presentation. Show and tell your idea. Topic Overview "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dodes eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate." Precedent Use this for precedent images 01 02 03 04 05 06 01 02 Title Title Title Title Title Title 03 04 06 05 you can insert your own images, to format space plans or palette pages however you'd like! Right Click replace image. you can insert your own images, to format space plans or palette pages however you'd like! Right Click replace image. Gallery Portfolio Gallery Display a gallery of your best works Image #1 Add a short description of the image or project here. Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #2 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #3 Image #4 Add a short description of the image or project here. Image #6 Image #5 Add a short description of the image or project here. Add a short description of the image or project here. Single Portfolio Item Show more details of a single project Project Details "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dodes eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate." "This is example dummy text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed dodes eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in repre henderitas in voluptate." Timeline Timeline Slide Present important dates and events Present important dates and events 2002 Present important dates and events 2006 Present important dates and events 2020 2004 2011 Present important dates and events Present important dates and events Statistical Data Present your charts and graphs Business Item 2 Item 3 Item 1 Item 5 Item 4 Map Global Reach Use the world map to show locations Team You are Not Alone Who are the people working with you? CEO Sales Support Sue E. Marquez Gerardo M. Oliver Karla J. Walsh This is an example dummy placeholder text area. Lorem ipsum dolor sit apisa kotiram ametis, cons iteecas tetureu adipiscing elit sed quia, This is an example dummy placeholder text area. Lorem ipsum dolor sit apisa kotiram ametis, cons iteecas tetureu adipiscing elit sed quia, This is an example dummy placeholder text area. Lorem ipsum dolor sit apisa kotiram ametis, cons iteecas tetureu adipiscing elit sed quia, Contact Contact Details How can People Get in Touch with You? @smbwarchitects www.smbw.com SMBW, PLLC SMBW Architects 804.233.5343 Hey, get in touch! Thank you! Contact Contact Details How can People Get in Touch with You? @smbwarchitects www.smbw.com SMBW, PLLC SMBW Architects 804.233.5343 Hey, get in touch! Thank you!

product design presentation

Transcript: cameras! Over the years... computers/laptops. In this PowerPoint you will get an insight into the world of product design and development. you will gain a good understand of a variety of users' needs and how product developers design products to meet these needs. And to understand some of the products made by Apple and Microsoft ect. Camera parts can be made from China, Japan, Thailand or Germany ect. The first camera was made in 1840 May 8th. It was made by Alexander Wolcott. It wasn't actually made to take a lot of pictures and didnt' look like a modern day camera instead it was a wooden box with a lens. Modern day cameras are now hand held portable cameras with better quality of the picture. I think that cameras have had an effect on the consumer because if you didnt have a camera then you wouldn't be able to capture the memories that may be lost later in life. Over the years TVs have got better. now they have smart TVs, HD, 3D and many more! They used to have a big box on the back of the TV and loads of wires at the back, now the TVs and really thin and they only have a scart lead and some other ones and now you can watch DVDs on the TV (if you have a DVD player.) TVs have had a massive impact on people's lives because if you didn't know how to read then you wouldnt hear the news about the world and you wouldnt see the programmes that everyone else would be watching. Thanks for watching!!! Over the years the technology has had a big effect on all the consumers' lives. In 2010, for the first time, a million PCs a day - built, shipped, and sold in the industry. Intel CEO Paul Otellini predicts PC sales will double to 2 million units per day by 2014. People have bought loads of electrical things over the years. Over the years computers and laptops have gotten faster, smaller and thinner. They started off as a just a screen with loads of wires coming out of it. Now the computers are portable and are now called tablets. The tablets are very fast working and very east to work. You can get different kinds of makes of tablets such as the Ipads by Apple and the tablets by Android. I think computers have had a big impact on people's lives because it's more fun to play on games and go on the internet and it could also make some people famous! Intro! TV phones! Year 8 product design project!! :) Alexander Graham Bell invented the first ever phone. Modern day phones are now smaller, faster and cooler! There are lots of different makers of the phones these are just a few of them- like Apple, Blackberry, Samsung, Nokia and HTC. They have been a great impact on the consumers because without them it would be harder to get in touch with people! By Emily Finn!

Product Design Final presentation

Transcript: Decaffeinating tea brewing machine Diane BERNARD-BRULS Marie TAVERNIER Luka MILOSEVIC Scope of the project design Scope of the design project Tea = most manufactured consumed beverage in the world. 130 kg of tea is produced per second. FAO encourages tea producing countries to increase their production knowing all the benefits tea have. Global tea consumption Global tea consumption America 5.14% Europe 8.28% Decaffeinated tea consumption: 6% of the tea consumption in the UK Asia 61.63% Africa + Australia 24.95% Most important market for decaffeinated tea: North America and Europe. http://www.fao.org/3/a-i4480e.pdf Current products Current products Only decaffeinated tea from dry modified leaves Alter the taste of the tea Not possible to brew single cups from loose leaves tea: only capsules sold by the machine manufacturer Poor flexibility in terms of temperature, infusion time and size of the cups No start at distance function Not possible to have delayed start for single cups Needs and key specifications Needs Essential needs Essential needs Should lower the caffeine level Safe for consumption Soluble in water Short time preparation Preserve as much as possible of the original taste (gourmet tea) Preserve the aspect/odor as a classic tea One tea dose should infuse a cup Useful needs Useful needs Doses compatible with already existing tea brewing machines Price should not be excessive Should also work for infusions Desirable needs Desirable needs No precipitations of particles at cold temperature Wringing sachet Fair trade, organic, gluten free tea Eco-friendly production Can brew different kind of teas/infusions Capsules resistant to water and not decompose Capsules not contaminating tea leaves Capsule packaging not contaminate the tea leaves The tea leaves need to be dried enough to ensure the tea conservation Key specifications Key specifications Lower caffeine level by at least 30% 1 dose should infuse between 170 mL and 300 mL of water Should be infused from 50 to 90°C Infusion time from 2 to 10 minutes Overall preparation time should not exceed 30 minutes Cost should not exceed twice the price of the existing machines Advancement of the design Advancement of the design Needs Scope Ideas Top ideas Final choice Final product Absorbent devices Idea n°1 Develop a device able to absorb the caffeine from the brewing tea. Principle Principle This could be as an additional device to put in the beverage. It also can be included directly in the cup, on the surface of the internal wall and so washable. Advantages Advantages Broad applicability Reusable eco-friendly Safe process Not cumbersome Tea "on the go" Disadvantages Disadvantages Not scientificaly mature enough Takes long time (no flow, no mixing) Not efficient enough Hard washing of the device Extraction of caffeine with organic solvents Idea n°2 Design a new tea brewing machine that can lower the caffeine level in your tea with organic solvent. Principle Principle Methylene chloride and ethyl acetate are the main solvents used in industrial scale. Brew tea leaves and contact it with organic solvents to eliminate caffeine. Finally, a separation step to remove the remaining solvent. Advantages Advantages Ethyl acetate: More natural Used industrially High level of caffeine removed Methylene chloride: Main industrially used method High level of caffeine removed Disadvantages Disadvantages Substantial loss of flavors Midly toxic/carcinogen Not safe/suitable for consumers: trace of solvents left in the tea Swiss water process Idea n°3 Design a new tea brewing machine that can lower the caffeine level in tea using the Swiss Water Process. Principle Principle A decaffeinated tea extract (DTE) contacted with the tea leaves: Saturated in flavour compounds Removal of caffeine by difference in chemical potentials, without removing the main tea flavour compounds DTE recycling on an active carbon adsorbent (ACA) which retains caffeine. The whole process takes place in a closed system, many cycles could be applied to lower the caffeine level efficiently. Assessment Assessment Advantages: Safe process Organic process Keep the quality of the tea Eco-friendly: recycling of the DTE Main drawback of this process: time about 20 minutes Developping an application, tea could be brewed at distance, which make this preparation time acceptable. Matrix selection Matrix selection The Swiss Water Process obtained the best grade, it is chosen for designing our final product. Final product Final product Final design includes 2-step process : - Caffeine extraction by particular tea extract - Caffeine adsorption from the extract Caffeine extraction Caffeine extraction Fick’s second law was used to model extraction: Using several assumptions the equation gives us following analytical solution (A. Jafari et al. (2009)): Leaves’ thickness 2L~0.2mm t = 15 min f1 = 0.9 Solution: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cherd.2013.10.001 Caffeine adsorption from the extract Caffeine adsorption from the View

Final Product design Presentation

Transcript: Final Product Pitch Deck Janhavi Ghosh | 12/12/2021 The Product Bartable 360°™ This product is a modern take on the dining experience and is a space-saving, convenient option with a unique storage system in the form of four shelves and can be broken apart and stored easily. The Market The Market Educated Upper-middle to Upper class socio-economic echelons. Mainly Gen Z (10-24 year olds), may be even millennials (24-40 year olds). Market Size 83 $27 40% Market Size/Trends The furniture industry is booming within the millennial market. Million Billion Amount Millennial spent on furniture in 2014. Millennial Say their home furnishings must reflect their personal style. Millennial in the U.S. alone. *Sources at the end of the presentation Key Insights Key Insights Student apartments are small and furniture is shared between suite mates. Students rank comfort and easy to move around (portable) as a significant criteria when purchasing furniture. Students have to maximize space and want furniture that has a multi-functionality to it. College students like to entertain many guests, but don’t have space or furniture to accommodate guests. Competitive Analysis Competitive Analysis The Opportunity The Problem College students live in small apartments and share space between multiple suite-mates. But they like having friends and guests over to entertain, which causes need for more accommodation and disruption which is a pain-point for other suite mates. The Opportunity The Opportunity When college students entertain multiple guests in their small apartments it causes a lot of disruptions in the apartment and resentment with other suitemates, thus an opportunity arises to make furniture that helps accommodate more guests eases disruption and helps the host entertain comfortably. Design Criteria Design Criteria Ideation + Prototypes Ideation Stage 1 2016 Process First Prototype The initial idea consisted of the interlocking mechanism of chairs in the form of a table. Iteration 1 - Place for legs - Better placement for notch of the chair - Shelf space well defined - Chair shape finalized - Start to think about production - How to maximize efficiency of shelf? - How to create a raised bottom? - How to reduce torsion? Prototype 2 Final Iteration - Notches for different disks (layers) - Tiny wedges where disks could be places - Final calculations via research of standard furniture 1980 Stage 2 Final illustrator Mockup Final Pieces 1/4 to scale of original The Solution The Solution: Bartable 360°™ Storage space in the form of shelf space Leg space Detachable backrest Nes- table™ Portable Can accommodate more guests Cause less disruption MRP: $100 Conclusion Conclusion + Sources Thank you so much! Would love to hear any feedback/advice! https://www.microdinc.com/blog/marketing-millennial-shoppers/ https://www.bdiusa.com/blog/age-of-style-the-millennial-furniture-buyer Sources

Product Design

Transcript: Product Design By Alex Smaller The first design is that of a Mouse glove that has an exoskeleton around it. This connects the Central processor on the wrist to the buttons on the fingertips. The fingertip pieces fit around the users fingers and act the same as a normal mouse. For example the index finger button will be the same as the left mouse button on a normal mouse and the same is for the middle finger. The whole device is connected to the computer via a cable that originates from the back of the Central processor. There are a few problems with this design, which is the main reason it was not the final design for the assessment. These problems were things to do with the ergonomics of the device, mainly that the exoskeleton would rub against the top of the users hand and simply get in the way and that the cable restricts the distance from the computer in which the device can operate. The Second design of the Mouse glove was an entire glove that covered the hand. It fills all of the same functions as a normal computer mouse but it attempts to solve some of the problems seen on the previous design. This design attempts to fix the irritation that would be caused by exoskeleton rubbing on the top of the hand. It does this by having the wires that connect the buttons on the fingers to the central processor embedded in the glove. This stops the rubbing against the skin and adds to the aesthetic value of the device. The device is also wireless, which removes the restriction of movement and allows the user to have his or her hand free from the irritation of the cable. Again however another problem was found on this design. Eventually the hand will become too hot and sweaty underneath the fabric and this will reduce peoples willingness to use the device. Third Design The third design is my final and complete design for the Mouse Glove. It incorporates all the best design features of the previous two designs and the research that I did. The main feature of this final design is that fact that all the pieces are separate and are connected to each other wirelessly. This concept removes the problem of the hand becoming too hot and sweaty by reducing the area of the hand that is covered. The final design also has the four buttons on the tips of the fingers as well as a touch pad on the thumb that fills the function of the optical eye on a normal mouse. The buttons are connected to the small wireless units on each piece via a normal wire. The information from the button is sent through the wire to the small wireless unit, which in turn sends the information wirelessly to the main control unit on the wrist piece. This then sends the information to the computer. The main control unit is connected to the computer via a small USB piece that fits inside the control unit so that, when it is not being used, the two do not get separated. The color of this design is the exact same as the previous design because the stakeholder feedback indicated that it was the most appropriate and most aesthetically pleasing. The material used is again the same as the previous design, nylon. This is because nylon is strong, durable, flexable, soft, smooth and most importantly it is fire resistant. This last attribute is what i believe make nylon so important, this is because if there were to be an electrical malfunction then the material would not catch on fire and burn the user. Wool was anotehr considered material but since it burns a lot easier than nylon it proved to be an unsuitable material. Concept Development Layout Exterior Design Structure Interior Design Final Design Thank You Concept Designs Building Design The Mouse Glove The First Design Second Design

FUR - Product Design Presentation

Transcript: Since earliest times people have worn fur garments for their warmth, durability or glamour. In fact, the wearing of animal pelts can be traced back to man’s very beginnings, as referenced in the Book of Genesis. In America, the fur trade has played a vital role in the shaping of our history as many of our leading explorers, such as Lewis & Clark, were actually fur traders who forged westward in search of pelts, establishing important settlements along the way. Today the fur trade ranks as one of America’s oldest, continuously operating industries with over 350 years of history. Long gray/black guard hair with silvery tips over a woolly, dense undertur makes it a very durable fur. Finn raccoon or Asiatic raccoon has long, thick tan guard hair with black tips and dense underfur. Animals on fur farms are killed by electrocution (through the use of electrodes in the mouth and anus), gassing, lethal injection or neck breaking. These crude methods are employed to ensure that the pelts (the animals’ skins and fur) are not damaged. Chinchilla Fox Lamb is the chameleon of fur with a host of personalities. The queen of lamb is broadtail: of Russian origin, it is sleek, lightweight, shiny and flat, with a slight wave, like fine moiré fabric. Mongolian is an extroverted fur that is both longhaired and curly. Often white, its silky hair is frequently dyed in a kaleidoscope of hues. Mouton pelts are sheared closely for a soft, thick flat fur. How would you feel if your skin was valued so highly that everyone was trying to kill you for it? Ermine Notes Sable Tanuki Ideas and is available in the widest range of natural colors of any fur, apart from mink, including silver, crystal blue, red, grey and white. Running neck and neck with mink in the popularity race, this luxurious fur makes an ideal trim for collars, cuffs, wraps and stoles. Lamb Woolly and coarse, opossum is often used for liners and men’s coats. The very different American variety has long silvery black-tipped guard hair with thick underfur while the New-Zealand variety has a short, dense plush-like fur in colors ranging from yellow-grey to natural brown. Argument For Using Fur Why is wearing fur made out to be bad ? It's painless it looks good and the animals aren't sentient so why shouldn't it be allowed to wear fur? And i don't agree with killing animals for fashion its is a animalistic. However animals do die, so what is wrong with using their fur after death? This wily North American critter has a hardy kind of fur. Dense and durable, it’s creamy, tan or grey and often used for men’s jackets. Raccoon 40 million animals are killed for their fur world wide. 85% are bred and killed on fur farms and the rest are trapped in the wild. Most commonly bred animals on fur farms are mink and fox, but the industry also breeds and kills polecats, raccoons and chinchillas. 6,500 fur farms in the EU. Europe is responsible for 70% of global mink fur production, and 63% of fox fur production. The countries that farm the most animals for their fur are Denmark, China and Finland. Ideas Opossum Lynx Mink An unusual wild North American fur, fisher is longhaired, dark and silvery. Also called Japanese raccoon, has very long guard hair and a full texture. Color is light amber brown with dark, distinctive markings. Russian sable is still the most prized fur in the world, renowned for its legendary silky quality, rarity and light weight. Brown with a silver cast, it is the most expensive fur, especially when there is an abundance of silver hair. Canadian sable (brown or golden) is somewhat less expensive. Wildly furry, lynx has an exaggerated edge to it and is indigenous to both North America and Russia. The whiter the fur, the higher its value. Ideas 50 million animals are violently killed for use of fashion every year. Sales are at an all time high. In 2010, sales were over $14 billion worldwide, up 70% from 2000. FUR From the pre-historic cave dwellers wrapped in hides to the rugged trappers in their coonskin caps, from the glamorous movie stars of the thirties and forties in their sumptuous stoles and sable coats to today’s fashionistas in their sexy, sophisticated fur jackets, ponchos and scarves, fur has been the fabric of choice. Beaver has very long, lustrous hair, but sheared beaver is also a favorite with designers who create elaborate, surface effects of varying color and pattern. Rabbit The real price of fur must be measured in deaths--not dollars. To make 1 fur coat you must kill at least: 55 wild mink 35ranched mink 40 sables 11 lynx 18 red foxes 11 silver foxes 100 chinchillas 30 rex rabbits 9 beavers 30 muskrats 15 bobcats 25skunks 14 otters 125 ermines 30 possums 100 squirrels or 27 raccoons About Fur Done by: Aysha Albunnia & Rund Al Dwaik chinchilla has always had snob appeal, though it is also quite fragile. It’s very silky (in fact no fur is softer) and is mainly grey to slate blue. Mink has never been knocked off its pedestal as the all-time diva of furs.

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