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PRODUCT DESIGN Y ear 11 to AS Bridging Assignment Summer 2014

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  1. PRODUCT DESIGN Year 11 to ASBridging Assignment Summer 2014 Product Design relates to the design, development and manufacture of consumer products. When embarking on the course you will need to gain an insight into Product Design. Tasks 1. Research a product of your choice. For example you could choose a mountain bike, skate board, hair straighteners, vehicle, pushchair, rubix cube, or trunki suitcase!! • Do you know who the manufacturer is? • Do you know what material it is made from? • Where could the materials be sourced from? • Do you know the process used in its manufacture? • What country is it manufactured in? • Why is the product successful? • Who is the product designed for? • How has the product developed over time? 2. Present in an interesting format on A3 paper or on a suitable computer media, e.g. Power point / PDF / Word Hand in: First Product Design lesson.

  2. PRODUCT DESIGN Year 12 to 13Assignment for Summer 2014 Product Design relates to the design, development and manufacture of consumer products. When embarking on the A2 course you will need to gain a thorough insight into Products and how their design & manufacture determines their success! Tasks 1. Research an existing product, similar to what you plan to design and manufacture in year 13. If possible, disassemble the product to examine the many components of the product. TIP: Take photographs at each stage of disassembly to enable reassembly of the product. • Do you know who the manufacturer is? • Do you know what material it is made from? • Where could the materials be sourced from? • Do you know the process used in its manufacture? • What country is it manufactured in? • Why is the product successful? • Who is the product designed for? • How has the product developed over time? 2. Present in an interesting format, use photographs on A3 paper or on a suitable computer media, e.g. Power point / Photoshop. This will then be included in your e-portfolio in section 2. 3. Create 5 design sheets of innovative design ideas and fully annotate. Remember to use CAFEQUES & CMS; Construction, Materials & Sizes.Develop a wide range of ideas and develop each idea as far as possible. Refer to the specification throughout and justify all decisions for material selection. 4. Produce an action plan for making the product. Include a list of materials, equipment and resources. (Research where to buy any specialised materials). Hand in to C.Hale : First Product Design lesson after summer.