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  1. Product Design @ Pimlico 2005 YEAR 12 – Product Design Function, Client and consumer needs Images courtesy,

  2. S Green 2005 CONTENTS consumer needs Client needs Function

  3. S Green 2005 FUNCTION What does a product have to do in order to be successful? • Intended Purpose of product • User requirements • Client requirements • How well does it work? • Basic functions • Degrees of importance • Basics can lead to development • Interrelated with PDS and performance etc.. Eg. basic function of the Starck juicer is to juice citrus fruits

  4. S Green 2005 FUNCTION TASK – 2 minutes • In pairs discuss the function of one of the following products: • Vacuum Cleaner • Wheel barrow • Washing machine Bonus Question: What is the link between the products?

  5. S Green 2005 FUNCTION TASK – Feedback • Vacuum Cleaner • Wheel barrow • Washing machine

  6. S Green 2005 FUNCTION Black box method TASK – A4 paper 5 minutes Using the black box method described, devise several solutions that could work to get to the same end result ? Grass is short and of uniform length Grass is long function

  7. CLIENT NEEDS As a designer you will be responsible to the client/manufacturer and their needs are important. • Cost • development • material • component • manufacturing • storage • logistics • Image • brand identity • brand loyalty • Reliability • return to base • warranties • Expandability / Future Proof • Product range • Environmental? • Safety / Legislative issues • Timescales • Cash cow

  8. CONSUMER NEEDS As a designer you will want to make a product that meets all the customers requirements in order to make a sale. • Technological Push • Market Pull Performance Maintenance Quality Aesthetics Price Ethics Compatibility Storage Safety

  9. PDS – Brief introduction It is often useful when looking at a product to analyse it’s functions in detail by working out what the product’s PDS could have been and analysing each area to determine which factors were given importance TASK – A4 paper 5 minutes Using the large templates and washable pens rewrite the PDS for the products that are on your table. Each point will be discussed briefly. feedback to group - Identified product opportunity