SPECIFICATIONSWEEK 16: SESSION 7
LEARNING OUTCOMESYou will:1.   Find out about the different purposes of a specification2.   learn about different forms of...
MYTHS ABOUTSPECIFICATIONSOnce written they can’t be changedOnly one type of specificationNo evidence needed to support a s...
TYPES OFSPECIFICATIONDesignProduct developmentTechnicalManufacturing
DESIGN/ PERFORMANCESPECIFICATIONSummary of your researchWhat it must do/ what it must look like/ other requirementsACCESS ...
PRODUCTDEVELOPMENTAgile is a software engineering philosophy devised in the late1990s. It is based on the assumption that ...
TECHNICALSPECIFICATIONDetailed requirements for the productFunctionLink to manufacturing processPrinciples/ directivesSafe...
MANUFACTURINGSPECIFICATIONDetails information for productionStages of the production processDetails of all the characteris...
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Specifications week 16

  1. 1. SPECIFICATIONSWEEK 16: SESSION 7
  2. 2. LEARNING OUTCOMESYou will:1. Find out about the different purposes of a specification2. learn about different forms of specifications3. use specifications to develop ideas and evaluate products
  3. 3. MYTHS ABOUTSPECIFICATIONSOnce written they can’t be changedOnly one type of specificationNo evidence needed to support a specificationDon’t’ start to write it until you have all of the answersOnly one specification is needed
  4. 4. TYPES OFSPECIFICATIONDesignProduct developmentTechnicalManufacturing
  5. 5. DESIGN/ PERFORMANCESPECIFICATIONSummary of your researchWhat it must do/ what it must look like/ other requirementsACCESS FMPugh’s plate
  6. 6. PRODUCTDEVELOPMENTAgile is a software engineering philosophy devised in the late1990s. It is based on the assumption that projectspecifications are likely to change during the productdevelopment cycle. Therefore, rather than creating acomprehensive specification upfront and engineering aproduct to fulfil it, the Agile process treats productdevelopment as a series of short iterative loops, lasting onlydays or weeks. Design Council website
  7. 7. TECHNICALSPECIFICATIONDetailed requirements for the productFunctionLink to manufacturing processPrinciples/ directivesSafety requirements
  8. 8. MANUFACTURINGSPECIFICATIONDetails information for productionStages of the production processDetails of all the characteristics (shape, size, texture, colour,flavour etc) required in the final product.Lists where standard components can be used.
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