Decision matrix rocking chair

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Decision matrix rocking chair

  1. 1. Decision Matrix – Rocking Chair Criteria Complexity Development Materials Longevity Safety Ideas Time Totals 3 4 4 3 5 19Curvy Rocking Chair 2 3 4 3 4 16Lounger Rocking Chair 3 3 4 3 4 17Circular Rocking Chair 3 4 4 3 4 18
  2. 2. Scale: 1-5 Greater is better 1= Worst, 2= Bad, 3= Ok, 4= Good, 5= Great 1 2 3 4 5Complexity Most More Complex- Less complex Least complex- complex- Adult can Children can complex- Complicated Requires build it easily build with a Children can with instructions little help build instructions themselvesDevelopment Most time- More time- Medium time- Less time- Least time-time Two weeks One week Four days Two days One dayMaterials Most amount Medium Decent Less amount Least amount of materials- amount of amount of of materials- of materials- 14-16 ft. materials- materials- 8-10 ft. 0-8 ft. squared 12-14 ft. 10-12 ft. squared squared squared squaredLongevity Lasts for the Lasts for less Lasts for a Lasts for Last for the less amount amount of medium more time- most amount of time- time- amount of Five years of time- A month Six months time- Ten years A yearSafety Least safe- Partly safe- Safe- More safe- The most Small pieces, Stays up but Rocks the rocks the safe- No Sharp falls over right amount right amount, small pieces, corners, rocks easily, but with some has no small no sharp too far and medium small pieces pieces and corners falls over amount of and sharp semi-sharp small pieces corners corners and corners By: Diane Kohlin, Dan Gauvreau, Brenna Johnson and Amanda Schafer

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