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Year 10 Lesson 1 Product Design

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Alexander Gosling

on 31 July 2013

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Transcript of Year 10 Lesson 1 Product Design

Your Name and.... 1 - Something you did on your holidays. 2 - Why you are studying this subject. Mr Gosling MY RULES :




OPEN DOOR POLICY Almighty God, we thank you for our school and all who help us to learn, achieve and excel each day. May we inspire and challenge one another to be people who will transform our world through; courage, trust, respect, fairness, forgiveness and love. Amen. Welcome to the Product Design GCSE Do you know the challenge? What is the percentage ratio of written
work to images? How many marks are awarded for the development pages of your coursework? How many pages MUST be in your coursework? What percentage is the coursework worth
of your entire GCSE? When is the final deadline for your coursework hand-in? Write all you know about Nuclear Science.

Write about what you did on the weekend. It is a lot easier getting coursework marks
than it is in the exam... The Coursework
The exam
Example Projects Outline Homework - Research 10 potential products to match the chosen design brief. Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Mr Gosling Analysis of a Brief Time to decide on our brief! What Why How Brainstorm Research Plan Why What How Target Market Target Market
Potential places to sell
Processes for manufacture
Equipment available
Health and safety
Existing Products
Self assembly techniques
Environmental/Sustainability Which is the better design? Why? Don't forget your homework is due in tomorrow! Why is reseaching your target market so important? Slotted
Knock down fittings
Flat packed
Collapsible Name of Product:
Target Market:
Source of research:
Type of Assembly:
Light source: What types of self assembly products could we make? Lamp Shade Research An example coursework... Have you decided which product you would like to design? Name of Product:
Target Market:
Source of research:
Type of Assembly:
Light source: Name of Product:
Target Market:
Source of research:
Type of Assembly:
Light source: Low Cost Seating Lamp Shade Floor Lamp Wall Lamp Table Lamp Storage Unit Display Cabinet Occasional Table 1 One thing they have done well throughout.

2 Two things that they could improve on.

3 Three specific things they need to adapt Class work and deadline -
Product Analysis MUST be finished by next Thursday.

All work must be of a suitable standard to BEAT your target grade. Lesson Objectives -
- To understand what a product specification is.
- To understand the need for needing a specification when designing.

Target Market– Who must you aim your product at?
Function – What must it do? How must it work?
Cost – What must be the cost to manufacturer and cost to consumer.
Safety - How safe must the product be to use.
Aesthetics – What must it look like? form, colour, texture shape,
Ergonomics – How must the product and user interact?
Materials – What materials are suitable/available to use?
Size - What will the product size be? A specification is a list of facts that your design must meet. Specifications can be extremely detailed documents and it helps to consider some broad headings. What is a specification?! To write up your written work in class Homework 1) You must start - "My product must..."
2) You must be specific!
3) It must relate to your research or your brief. The rules - What is a specification?! Team 1 Team 2 Starter What makes a good design or a good designer? Competition Time Task Using each key word, begin a specification for your own coursework project. 1 - State what your product must do.
2 - Explain why. Does your research say? or the brief? Welcome Back. Analysing designs. Suggest improvements? Add detail? Annotate correctly? Colour? Unique/Clever idea? Modelling potential? Objectives
Analyse all of your initial ideas with a partner. Ask the following questions -

- Are the ideas good quality and drawn accurately? How could they be improved?

Then write down the following -

- Does the design meet the brief? How?
- Is it a good design to be flat packed?
- Is there potential to develop the design further?

In a quick summary, pick your two favourite design ideas to develop further.

Write this up on less than half a page Write down the advantages and disadvantages of using CAD/CAM in YOUR designs.
Write down the advantages and disadvantages of hand making YOUR designs.

Explain your experience using the Acrylic. 1 - It is faster to design.
2 - You can see work in 3D without having to model it.
3 - It is more accurate.
4 - It is easier to make modifications/changes.
5 - You can manufacture lots and lots! Competition Question!!

In groups, discuss and write down the 5 reasons it is better to use CAD and CAM to make your product

Each sentence must be said by a different class member! Task -
Design the same product that you were designing in the workshop, but in 2D Design. Only write a paragraph on each. H/W - Quick Starter - An empty plastic milk bottle.

You have 2 minutes to think about as many uses for the bottle as possible. It could be anything... E-Praise for the winner...
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