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Technology Discovery Chapter 10

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  • 1. Experience Technology Chapter 10 The Design Process: A Problem-Solving System Mr. Bryant
  • 2. Step 1
    • Recognize the Problem
    • Is it clearly stated?
  • 3. Step 2
    • Research the problem
    • Focus
    • Limit
    • Avoid Complexity
  • 4. Step 2
    • Research the problem
    • Market Research –
    • Check out the competition
    • Consumer Research –
    • Survey users of products
    • similar to yours
  • 5. Step 3
    • Establish Objectives for Solution(s)
    • Design Criteria -
    • The goals the solution
    • must fulfill
  • 6. Step 4
    • Decide on Possible Solutions
    • Brainstorming -
    • Gather all ideas you can
    • without trying to make
    • them perfect
  • 7. Step 4
    • Evaluation Suggested Solutions
    • Compare each solution
    • with your original goals
  • 8. Step 5
    • Select the “Best” Solutions
    • Mock-Ups –
    • models that look like the
    • real thing but do not
    • necessarily work or contain
    • the actual materials or
    • mechanisms
  • 9. Step 6
    • Test the Solution
    • Prototype –
    • First working model of a device
    • Field-Test –
    • using the device under realistic circumstances
  • 10. Step 7
    • Refine the Solution
    Testing Feedback Modification
  • 11. Chapter Highlights
    • People have been solving problems for thousands of years.
  • 12. Chapter Highlights
    • The problem-solving process gives us a helpful method for designing a solution.
  • 13. Chapter Highlights
    • A clear statement of the problem is a good start towards the solution.
    !
  • 14. Chapter Highlights
    • Establishing goals provides a means for proposing and evaluating solutions.
  • 15. Chapter Highlights
    • People often modify or revise their solutions as a result of feedback.
  • 16. Test Your Knowledge
    • Explain why there may not be one perfect solution to a problem.
  • 17. Test Your Knowledge
    • Explain why there may not be one perfect solution to a problem.
    A
  • 18. Test Your Knowledge
    • What are the basic steps of the problem-solving process?
  • 19. Test Your Knowledge A
  • 20. Test Your Knowledge
    • Name 3 design criteria you might consider if you were designing a new book bag for students.
  • 21. Test Your Knowledge
    • Name 3 design criteria you might consider if you were designing a new book bag for students.
    A
  • 22. Test Your Knowledge
    • Why is it important for a problem to be stated clearly?
  • 23. Test Your Knowledge
    • Why is it important for a problem to be stated clearly?
    A
  • 24. Test Your Knowledge
    • Name 3 general rules to follow when you research a problem.
  • 25. Test Your Knowledge A
  • 26. Test Your Knowledge
    • What is market research?
  • 27. Test Your Knowledge
    • What is market research?
    • Gathering information about competition for a new product or service.
    A
  • 28. Test Your Knowledge
    • Why should you establish goals for suggested solutions?
  • 29. Test Your Knowledge
    • Why should you establish goals for suggested solutions?
    • Ga
    A
  • 30. Test Your Knowledge
    • What are 4 ways to come up with ideas of possible solutions to a problem?
  • 31. Test Your Knowledge
    • What are 4 ways to come up with ideas of possible solutions to a problem?
    • Ga
    A
  • 32. Test Your Knowledge
    • Why do designers make
    • mock-ups?
  • 33. Test Your Knowledge
    • Why do designers make mock-ups?
    • Ga
    A
  • 34. Test Your Knowledge
    • What are prototypes used for?
  • 35. Test Your Knowledge
    • What are prototypes used for?
    • Ga
    A

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