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What are the three R

Reduce reuse and recycle

How have help improve phone to be more eco

15 ways

How does ergonomics influence design

Colour:


Lighting:


Sound:


Comfort:

CLSC

How does anthropometric work?

What BSI

What is a inclusive design and give examples

Example of BSI regulation

How do they make electrical appliance safe

Heavy duty wire pvc- insulator


Wire to stand out from enviroment


Cable grommet - thick rubber sleeve


Cable hook- face cable away from appliance


Dead man switch- stop appliance


Guard


Safety instruction


Double insulation


Surge protectors


Fuse- a thin metal wire if current to high it will melt braking circuit


Use air powered or battery to prevent electrical shocks in damp places

Case study toothbrush:

How improve amount in injection moulding

What is destructive test

What is hardness test

What is tensile testing

Name different testes to check products

Wear resistance


Fatigue testing


Non-destructive test: testing final product


Surface crack: cracks


Magnetic test: cracks


Ultrasound

Role in the design process

The client


The designer: match the market


Inventors: comes up with new idea then passed to product design


The design maker: small scale prpduction


Makers: will manufactor


User

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The relarionship between user, design and maker

Consumer profiles: understand lifestyle and product make around it


The market mix: brief and spec


Product: attracts buyer


Price


Place


Promotion


Process


Physical evidence: when brought evidence


Properties


Pleasure


People

How are ideas formed?


Communication and representation of design ideas, explain

Mood boards


2&3D sketchs


Rendering


Orthographic drawings: 1:10 scale


Details


Working drawings


Include tolerance ( means the acceptable measurement )


Modelling: CAD


Mock-ups: rough prototypes


Prototypes: high quality


Presentation boards

Life cycle phase of a polymer kettle

Life cycle phase steps

Raw material extraction and process


Manufacture


Distribution


Use


Disposal