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PROCESS Brief + design specifications Identify a problem and design brief for the

TIMELINE

DELIVERABLES Document containing the brief, background

product.

research and list of


requirements.

Design specification Discussing possibilities relating to how the product will be used and how it will look

Conceptual illustrations of product and environment relationship.

Vision specification Analysis of form and technology. Discussing the possible technologies.

Sketches of concepts to be taken forward for further development.

Research and idea development

3d models (development models) + concept sketches/ 3d views.

Design with user in mind

Handling of 3d models by users. (conducting a user survey*)

Design and the environment Redesign according to ease of machine.

Sketches with redesigned concepts based on user analysis. Finalization of conceptual sketches.

Prototyping

Technical drawings + detail model

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1. The Brief
The brief is to develop new technology and design to make everyday products more efficient. Dyson believes in creating new technology as well as building innovations in existing technology to achieve better products

2. Design Specification
A list of requirements is compiled, relating to how the product will be used and how it will look.

3. Vision Specification
engineers start by creating a vision specification. This is a basic sketch of what the machine will look like and what features it will have.

4. Research and Idea Development


This is all part of research, design and development, or RDD. Design engineers work in teams, discussing and sketching their ideas. Engineer's concept and the next vital step - creating basic 3D models.

5. Designing with your user in mind


Design engineers must never lose sight of the person who'll use the product they're designing. It's important to consider that they may not always use it in the way the designer had in mind.

6. Design and the environment


It's important to consider what impact your design might have on the environment. It's not only the sort or amount of raw materials that's important; it's the whole lifecycle of a product. This includes material selection, manufacture, transportation, use and recycling.

7. 3D Prototyping
Once design engineers have identified an idea and sketched it out, the next step is to build a 3D prototype. As the design develops, computer-aided design (CAD) software is used to plan the detail and create more complex prototypes that can be used for testing.

Shruti Nilegaonkar Lochana C.V.