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Design process week1

Design process week 1 for DDP

Design process systematic problem- solving strategy, with criteria and constraints used to develop many solutions to solve a problem. and wants to winnow (narrow) down the possible solutions
Problem identification An unwelcome or harmful matter needing to be dealt with
Constraint 1. a limit to a design process, appearance, funding, space, material, and human capabilities
Research/ brainstorming Study of materials and sources in order to get facts and reach conclusions. group technique for generating ideas by participating in unrestrained disscusion
solution One possible answer to a problem
Assessment/ Evaluate Analyze benefits and risks. understand trade offs. Test to see if actual solution meets constraints and solves problem
Iterative Process that repeats a series, or a loop, of steps until a condition is satisfied. design steps may need to be repeated if a solution does not meet constraints or solve a problem
Design Brief A written plan that identifies the problem, its criteria, and its constraints. used to encourage the designer/engineer to think of all aspects of a problem before attempting a asolution
Created by: Trevor Jones
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