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1 Lesson aims To learn why product analysis is important and develop skills in how to carry out product analysis Lesson aims To learn why product analysis is important and develop skills in how to carry out product analysis By the end of the lesson you Must can explain why product analysis is carried out by designers and have developed skills in product analysis using ACCESSFM Should be able to carry out a detailed product analysis which considers product care and construction techniques Could Carry out a product analysis which includes information which relates to manufacturing, environmental and social issues. By the end of the lesson you Must can explain why product analysis is carried out by designers and have developed skills in product analysis using ACCESSFM Should be able to carry out a detailed product analysis which considers product care and construction techniques Could Carry out a product analysis which includes information which relates to manufacturing, environmental and social issues. W.I.L.F. – What I am Looking For Attention to the quality of your work All work completed by the end of the lesson Homework written in your planner GCSE Product Design Textiles

2 A product analysis helps designers to examine products in detail. Designers often buy products from competitors or buy inspirational products. They examine and evaluate products as well as take them apart (disassembly). Designers might also look at products from the past. Also time and research costs are reduced as another company has already done this work.

3 A Aesthetics: what does the product look like? C Cost: how much does the product cost to buy and make? C Customer: who would buy or use the product? E Environment: where would the product be used or stored? S Size: how big or small is the product? S Safety: how safe is it during normal use? F Function: how does the product work? How is it cared for? M Material: what is the product made from?

4 Strap detail Designer label Fabric Design Care label Open seam Inside pocket Aesthetics- This bag has a bright floral pattern typical of the Cath Kidston style. It has to long straps allowing the bag to be carried over the shoulder. Customer- The target customer would be female. It could appeal to many ages starting from around age 15. the cost of the bag is quite a lot so this may put younger people off. Cost – This bag cost £18. Environment- this bag is made from cotton which has then been treated with PVC. Cotton can be recycled however whether it can still be recycled with the PVC treatment I am not sure. It easy to clean though meaning no energy or water wasted in the care of the product. Size - 32cm Wide 40cm Long Straps= 27cm Safety- This bag is reasonable safe. There are no sharp edges and no small parts. The open seams are rough on the edges but would not do any harm. The bag should be kept away from small children as the straps could wrap around their necks. Function- this bag is designed to carry only a few items such as books, diaries, pencil case of purse. It is not big enough to carry a lot of items as the is no depth to the bag. Materials – This bag is made from 100% PVC Coated Cotton. Cotton is strong fibre so it is ideal for this bag.

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6 Include comments on the following to gain more marks for your work Good/bad points Areas for improvement Industrial practice (e.g. how easily can it be manufactured on a larger scale) Laws and regulations e.g. safety issues Moral issues (e.g. animal fur, offensive slogans/styles) Environmental impact (e.g. winners and losers, use of recycled materials, packaging, fibre, dyes, lifecycle analysis) Social issues (e.g. cost, gender, brands, celebrity influence, image product gives user) Cultural issues (e.g. traditional techniques/designs)

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