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Design brief samples

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Design brief samples

  1. 1. Design Brief: <br />I am going to design a hallway product which primarily stores newspapers, letters, magazines, and flyers, aimed families with young children.<br />Design Brief: <br />Design and make a suitable storage unit for shoes that can also be used as a telephone seat. The design should meet my potential ‘User’/Target markets’ needs; these are …………………………………………………………<br />Design Brief: <br />I am going to design and make a stationery organizer intended for people between the ages of 15 and 25 (mainly students). Its purpose is to keep an area junk-free and will enable the user to find things more quickly. The environment that the product will be used in is the bedroom, and may be sold in stationery shops.<br />Design Brief<br />I am going to design and make a new amenity kit for British airways that is practical, exciting and aesthetically pleasing.<br />It must be different to the usual amenity kit. It should have the typical necessities, e.g. Eye mask, toothbrush, etc, and they must be ergonomic. It must be unique and better than competing airline’s amenity kits. It must appeal to a wide range of people. It must be fairly cheap to manufacture.<br />It must be easy to store and carry. It must promote British Airways. It must have some graphics on it. It must keep passengers and children occupied. It must try to make the user favour the airline.<br />

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