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Year 10 project

Gadget tidy
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Matthew Brown

on 12 January 2015

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Design Brief
Due to the ever increasing popularity of these type of gadgets and gizmos their is now a demand for a new product which can be used to store all of these products safely and securely in one place.

Your brief is to design and manufacture a new gadget tidy solution which will provide suitable storage for a range of gadgets, provide protection from potential damage and aid the presentation of the living space in which it is placed. The solution may also provide storage for everyday items such as keys, wallets and purses.
Design Problem
Due to the modern day demand for information at your finger tips, many young people today own a variety of different hand held gadgets. From iPods to iPhones to iPads and PSPs to Kindles, handheld gadgets are certainly the products to have.

Owning a number of gadgets does however have its drawbacks as there are generally not enough places to store them in the home. Consequently, they are placed on tables, work surfaces and floors which both increases the risk of damage as well as cluttering up the surrounding living space.
Lesson 4 Objectives
Current Situation
Project Specification
and Success Criteria
You must produce 2 A3 sheets of design ideas (3 per sheet) with annotation relating to materials and construction.
You must produce 1 final design sheet which includes references to ergonomic considerations and relevant anthropometric data
Your gadget tidy must not be any larger than 30 cm tall, wide, deep
Your design must incorporate either a door, drawer or both
Your design must include a vacuum formed design feature to house one of your gadgets
You must explore a variety of materials and construction techniques on your design sheets
You need to include some third-party opinions on your design sheets. (What do your peers think of your designs? Improvements?)
You need to produce your own cutting list
Your design should be skillfully manufactured and finished
You need to evaluate your design once complete
What is Ergonomics?
You have 2 minutes to write down a short definition
Gadget Tidy Project
Year 10
Anthropometrics
Ergonomics involves the study of people and their relationship with the environment around them. It often involves research into the way people interact with products and the environment. Anthropometrical data is used to determine the size, shape and/or form of a product, making it more comfortable for humans to use and easier to use.
The study of the human body and its movement, often involving research into measurements relating to people. It also involves collecting statistics or measurements relevant to the human body, called Anthropometric Data. The data is usually displayed as a table of results, diagram or graph. Anthropometric data is used by designers and architects.
Spelling Test
Veneer
Ergonomics
Aesthetics
Thermoplastic
Mechanism
Aluminium
Chisel
Laminate
Mahogony
Anthropometrics
Questionnaire
Lesson Objective 1
To gain an understanding of the current problem and design brief.

To understand the success criteria

To begin research and idea generation
for gadget tidy
Lesson Objectives 2
To gain an understanding of ergonomics and anthropometric data and how this is used to design successful products

To continue with idea generation
Lesson Objectives 3
To improve knowledge of Resistant Materials keywords

To develop literacy skills

To continue with idea generation
To continue to develop their design ideas.
To appreciate the value and importance of peer evaluation by getting some third party feedback on your design sheets.
Starter 5 minutes
On each of your design sheets I want you to get some third party opinions.

Collate all design sheets and select 1 each. (which is not your own) Look at the designs and select the one which you prefer. Now write some feedback on the sheet clearly stating why you like it and any improvements you would make.
Why are client
and third party feedback important when designing new products?
Final design and cutting list
Example
Homework - Materials research
You are to produce a leaflet which documents information about different materials. Your booklet should include:
2 hardwoods
2 softwoods
2 manufactured boards
2 ferrous metals
2 non-ferrous metals
2 thermoplastics
2 thermosetting plastics
For each material you should state a suitable use and 2 properties. E.g. Lightweight or Cheap
Lesson 11 Objectives
To understand how to vacuum form correctly and safely.
To understand how to produce a mould for their box.
Ergonomics:


Anthropometrics:

Plenary
Lesson 5 Objectives
To develop your isometric drawing skills by accurately drawing your final design.
To develop a cutting list for your product.

Lesson 6
Objectives
To develop their marking and cutting skills.
To develop knowledge of materials further.
Lesson 7
Objectives
To develop their marking and cutting skills.
To develop knowledge of materials further.

Lesson 8
To understand how to mark and chisel a hinge.
Lesson 9
To understand how to glue their box together.
Lesson 10
To understand how to mark out a drawer and add runners.
Lesson 12
Objectives
To understand how to taper the edges of their mould.
Lesson 13
Objectives
To develop a vacuum formed mould.
Lesson 14
Objectives
To understand how to trim the HIPS.
Lesson 16
To understand how to complete the evaluation.
Lesson 15
Objectives
To understand how to finish the surface of their box.
A example

Production Record

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Design factors, as for the workplace, intended to maximize productivity by minimizing operator fatigue and discomfort
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