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    Final Design Project Breakdown Final Design Project Breakdown Presentation Transcript

    • Product Deisgn + Technology Year 4 Final Design Project Breakdown Project Stage Deliverables Weighting Stage 1: Design Brief 2% Project schedule Project Brief Stage 2: Research + Specification 12% Research boards Research report Aesthetic study Stage 3 Idea + Concept Generation 12% Sketchbooks: Concept generation Qquantity and Quality) Concept presentation boards (Sketch presentations) Low fidelity test prototypes/ Sketch models Stage 4: Concept Development + Configuration 12% Sketchbooks: Rigorous idea exploration Final concept presentation Sketch models (full scale) Stage 5: Design Development 17% Sketchbooks: Design detail sketches Test rigs Grading Criteria User trials Professionalism Styling study Project Management Communication Execution of Project + Organisation Stage 6: Design for Manufacture 10% Project Documentation Sketchbooks: Full design detailing Depth of Development Component configurations Breadth Depth of Exploration CAD models General Assembly drawings Presentation Skills (verbal & visual) Detailed part drawings Aesthetic Considerations & Detailing Functional detailing Stage 7: Final Design Execution 25% Craftmanship & Attention to detail Final design detail Final design report Use of Technological Innovation Representational models Integration of Ergonomic + Usability Principles Final design boards Integration of Sustainability Principles Project presentation Integration of Manufacturing Issues Material Considerations Stage 8: Project Management + Professionalism 10% 100%
    • FDP ASSESSMENT Product Design + Technology GENERAL MARKING CRITERIA: Breadth - depth - creativity - design acuity - quality - professionalism Stage: Submission: Specific Marking Criteria: Deadline: Semester 1 1. Problem Problem statement document. (100 Succinct description of project scope and problems. Clear concise description of the issues that Week 2 Definition words approx.) need to be addressed; what is the problem, who are the stakeholders, why is worth doing (ROI). *Hand-in NOTE: It is important that this statement does not limit scope 2. Research Research boards showing key Effective application of research methodology. Extensive investigation into chosen subject. Week 5 *Presentation findings and design aims. Mood Identification of key aims, problems and design opportunities. Evaluation of user and market (hand-in week 12) boards. (Digital versions) (stakeholders). Appropriate results, analysis and synthesis. 3. Design Criteria Design specification document (2 Synthesis of recommendations from research findings. Emphasis on qualitative recommendations Week 5 pages max.) for user interaction with product/service. Depth and breadth of scope of the recommendations. *Hand-in Demonstration of understanding of design specification relevance to 4. Idea Sketchpads, low-fidelity models. Ideas delivered effectively both visually and verbally within time allowed. Clear and distinct design Week 7 Generation ideas. Quantity and quality of ideas. Concepts must have some grounding (be realistic). *Presentation 5. Concept Proof of concept model, Development of chosen concept (or mixture of concepts) with indepth look at functionality, Week 11 Development demonstrating function, ergonomics configuration and ergonomics culminating in a proof of concept. Demonstrates substance and *Presentation and configuration. High quality viability of idea. presentation Semester 2 6. Design architecture of product with no of Evaluation and selection of final concept Final concept evolved. Functionality resolved. No. of Week 4 Development components realised components determined. Production methods decided, materials selected. Design for sustainability, *Presentation assembly/disassembly and lifecycle management considered. Out 7. Design Design for Manufacture, Design The final design specified for manufacture, finalizing materials and processes appropriate to the Week 6 Realisation realisation, Rapid modelling design requirements. All features (functional, aesthetics, user features etc.) fully detailed and *Hand-in procurement clearly explained through high quality display models and 8. Final Design Final Prototype (finished blue foam Synthesis of all elements of the project into a coherent final design, to a professional level. Week 12 model), final design blog, Final *Hand-in model, Final design presentation (Graphic) work NOTE:All hand-in and Presentations on Friday unless otherwise stated All presentations prepared as Creative suite documents and presented as PDF's for projection University of Limerick
    • FDP ASSESSMENT GENERAL MARKING CRITERIA: Stage: Submission: Semester 1 1. Problem Definition Problem statement document. (100 words approx.) 2. Research Research boards showing key findings and design aims. Mood boards. (Digital versions) 3. Design Criteria Design specification document (2 pages max.) 4. Idea Generation Sketchpads, low-fidelity models. 5. Concept Development Proof of concept model, demonstrating function, ergonomics and configuration. High quality presentation Semester 2 6. Design Development architecture of product with no of components realised
    • 7. Design Realisation Design for Manufacture, Design realisation, Rapid modelling procurement 8. Final Design Final Prototype (finished blue foam model), final design blog, Final model, Final design presentation (Graphic) work NOTE:All hand-in and Presentations on Friday unless otherwise stated All presentations prepared as Creative suite documents and presented as PDF's for projection
    • Product Design + Technology Breadth - depth - creativity - design acuity - quality - professionalism Specific Marking Criteria: Deadline: Succinct description of project scope and problems. Clear Week 2 concise description of the issues that need to be addressed; what is the problem, who are the stakeholders, why is worth *Hand-in doing (ROI). NOTE: It is important that this statement does not limit scope of the project! Effective application of research methodology. Extensive Week 5 *Presentatio investigation into chosen subject. Identification of key aims, n (hand-in problems and design opportunities. Evaluation of user and week 12) market (stakeholders). Appropriate results, analysis and synthesis. Synthesis of recommendations from research findings. Week 5 Emphasis on qualitative recommendations for user interaction *Hand-in with product/service. Depth and breadth of scope of the recommendations. Demonstration of understanding of design specification relevance to the design process. Keywords: Concise, qualitative, recommendations, (product) aspirations, Ideas delivered effectively both visually and verbally within time user-centred design. Week 7 allowed. Clear and distinct design ideas. Quantity and quality of *Presentat ideas. Concepts must have some grounding (be realistic). ion Development of chosen concept (or mixture of concepts) with Week 11 indepth look at functionality, configuration and ergonomics *Presentat culminating in a proof of concept. Demonstrates substance and ion viability of idea. Evaluation and selection of final concept Final concept evolved. Week 4 Functionality resolved. No. of components determined. *Presentat Production methods decided, materials selected. Design for ion sustainability, assembly/disassembly and lifecycle management considered. Outputs: mockups, prototypes, test rigs, testing, 1st revision of cad models, and G.A. drawings.
    • The final design specified for manufacture, finalizing materials Week 6 and processes appropriate to the design requirements. All *Hand-in features (functional, aesthetics, user features etc.) fully detailed and clearly explained through high quality display models and fully functioning prototypes aswell as accurate sketches, final revision of technical drawings and CAD models. Synthesis of all elements of the project into a coherent final Week 12 design, to a professional level. *Hand-in University of Limerick