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Production study stack

Construction Technology related to the design and building of structures
Manufacturing Use of technology to mass produce things that people want or need
Invention The creation of a product or introduction of a process for the first time
Innovation Improves on or makes a significant contribution to an existing product, process, or service
Aesthetics Products designed to have an enjoyable appearance
Ergonomics How comfortable something is to use
Evolution of technology Technology has helped shape historical eras. The stone age was so named because stone was the most commonly used material for tools and weapons
Agriculture Age People lived off the land. Many tools and discoveries had to do with growing crops. This era lasted into the 1700s
Industrial Age Society moved to a focus on machines, factories, and industry. Populations in Northern America especially built large factories and large machines to do things people used to do by hand
Information Age Period from the 1950 s through today during which inventions are based on electronics and computers
Created by: jkota