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Design process week1

TermDefinition
Aesthetics Products designed to have an enjoyable appearance.
Ergonomics How comfortable something is to use.
Scale drawings Drawing of an object Taft is not true size but that is in correct proportions.
Isometric drawing A pictorial drawing that shows three sides of an object that has been rotates thirty degrees.
Orthographic drawing representing a three-dimensional object in two dimensions.
CAD- drawing Aided drafting or computer - asides design.
Design process The process of planning a project or a product.
Constraints limits Limits imposed on a design.
Model Repica of a proposed product that looks real but not work
Prototype In manufacturing a full scale working model of a proposed product
Brainstorming A group problem solving method of coming up with several alternative designes.
Trade off An exchange of Benefits and disadvantages of one splatoon of those for another solution
Created by: allegram101