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    In the last thirty years, end-of-life disassembly has been taking shape and evolving the way we design, produce, and discard products. End-of-life disassembly involves obtaining a product that has already served its purpose to the consumer and disassembling the product to recycle or reuse its components in the manufacturing process. The processes and ways that disassembly has been carried out over the years have varied drastically. This is because the sector is always changing to find the…

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    Design Process An element of graphic design that could have a positive effect on students was design process. The design process assisted graphic designers with processing information and ideas. The graphic design process introduced how to think more like an explosion of ideas than linear line of one idea. Linear thinking was about one idea and attaching to that idea. While, lateral thinking was trying multiple ideas at once and changing and improving them over time. Hernandez and Prathibha…

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    VARIETY OF MORAL ISSUES Any product or project has to undergo various stages such as planning, idea, design, and manufacturing which is followed by testing, sales and services. This has to be done by engineers of various branches like Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical etc. These engineers may be grouped together as a team or they may be separated from each other with an interconnection or co-ordination. Some cases explain and make the engineers to be familiar with the outline of the case…

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    “The mind map is an expression of radiant thinking and is therefore a natural function of the human mind. It is a powerful graphic technique which provides a universal key to unlocking the potential of the brain.” In simpler words, a mind map “is the easiest way to put information into [our] brain and to take information out of [it].” It can also be said that mind maps are innovative and practical thinking tools to process information. Their primary aim is to take advantage of our cerebral…

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    Ever since I was a child, I am easily fascinated and amazed by the structure of a buildings. I wondered how the engineers paste the glue to a block and stick it together, how they carried thousands of massive block to be placed to form a building and probably how they realised the blueprints to make it looks totally real. Now, I realise what quality is needed for driving the aspiration towards developed state by 2020. I believe in this era, world needs professional leaders to realise the…

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    I simply love academics. I put a high value on academics, as most likely I will be pursuing a PhD at some point of my life. I love learning new things, and I love that God has given me the opportunity to expand my knowledge. He even commands us to do so in Proverbs 18:15, “An intelligent heart acquires knowledge, and the ear of the wise seeks knowledge” (Prov. 18:15). This intelligence has to be well rounded, but also flooded with goals in order to become successful in an academic career.…

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    A business as any activity involving making profits, there are several changes that might occur in the way the business is carried out. However, as an employer and manager of a particular business, there comes a time when maybe there should be changes in methods of production or distribution. Changes might also occur through introduction of machines for some tasks. As such, organizational change can be defined as the process in which an organization changes its structure, operational methods,…

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    Outcome 3 explores what it takes for a writer to produce complex, analytical, persuasive arguments that contribute to the conversation of existing research and matter in academic contexts. It is important for a writer, when developing a complex and analytical claim, to implement the stakes of the argument, and why the argument matters to their field of research. If the argument has no purpose, then the writers desired audience have no reason to read it. It is also vital for the writer to…

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    transformation design are as follows. First, a transformative design success lies in understanding these and being able to address the problems with new methods of practice. The second step would be to create a new approach to issues. This is done through prototyping and barnstorming on the matters at hand. A desirable end product would be the ability to maintain a longer engagement with the clients. The third step would be to seek new transformative designs. Transformative design advocate for…

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    to graduate in the spring of 2017. Name an experience from your childhood travels that helped spark your interest in interior design. Why did it have an impact? Any experience where I traveled internationally invigorated my interest in interior design more than domestic travel. Seeing how different cultures thought of design and translated their local needs to design was most interesting to me. For the sake of the question, I will pull from a high school trip to Spain that I took since I have…

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