2 What a design brief is and why they are helpful Lesson objective - 1Today we will learn the following:LO1What a design brief is and why they are helpfulLO2How you plan relevant research that will help us design a better product.MustDemonstrate a basic understanding of why a design brief is helpfulShouldDemonstrate that you understand why a design brief is helpful and show a general understanding of how to plan researchCouldDemonstrate that you understand why a design brief is helpful and also an understanding of how to plan relevant research
3 > > > > > Name:Set:What do I need to find out?Where do I look?How do I present my information?What will customers be willing to pay?What does the theme look like?What size should it be?How to make jewellery from pewter?What type of jewellery to make?A local craft shop has approached you to design and make a unique piece of jewellery. The piece must be themed on Celtic art or natural form. It will be batched produced, and will be advertised and sold as a limited edition piece.> > > > >Why are Design Briefs important? (Explain why you think that they are useful and why you think Designers need them)
4 Tick off the boxes as you complete your research tasks. Name:Set:Tick off the boxes as you complete your research tasks.Why is carrying out research important? ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Why would a Designer want to carry out research before they design a product?___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
5 How to analyse a design problem Lesson objective - 2Today we will learn the following:LO1How to analyse a design problemMustDemonstrate a basic understanding of task analysis.Displaying basic informationShouldDemonstrate that you understand why we are analysing the task in some detail.CouldDemonstrate that you understand why task analysis is important and provide detailed feedback in your work.
6 Who, give suggestion of what target market you could aim for Name:Set:Before carrying our research and design you must analyse the task in hand. Fill in the boxes below to give yourself a better idea of what you need to find out to create a successful design.Who, give suggestion of what target market you could aim forWhat, write down suggestions of what it could be for.When, write down suggestions of when it can be worn.Where, write down suggestions of where it can be worn.
7 What a Mood Board is and why they are helpful Lesson objective - 3Today we will learn the following:LO1What a Mood Board is and why they are helpfulLO2How you can pick out relevant research and take risks that can affect your design.MustDemonstrate a basic understanding why mood boards are useful.ShouldDemonstrate that you understand why a mood board is helpful and have highlighted some relevant researchCouldDemonstrate that you understand why a mood board is helpful and also have picked out several relevant bits of research that will help you design a winning product.
8 Name:Set:Why is a mood board a good idea? (how has it helped you?)
9 ? Research analysis Name: Set: Client Interview (what questions could you ask a potential customer to find out the information you need?Ask somebody your questions to find out the information you need! (record the results below)________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________?
10 How to carry out effective product analysis. Lesson objective - 4Today we will learn the following:LO1How to carry out effective product analysis.MustDemonstrate a basic understanding of product analysisShouldDemonstrate that you understand how to analyse a product in detailCouldDemonstrate that you understand how to carry out product analysis and extract relevant useful information.
11 Minus Positive Interest Complete these sheets using the pictures given to you and the key words at the bottom of the page. You may add other words to the list.MinusPositive3. Write all the negative points about the piece of jewellery. Remember you can use the key words.Example:This piece of jewellery is very slender and could possibly break.2. Write all the positive points about the piece of Jewellery, there are keywords to help you!Example:The piece has coloured stones on it to make it look more attractive.1. Get an image of a piece of jewellery, you can draw it, cut it out of a magazine or get it from the internet.4. Write down the interesting or unusual things about the piece of jewellery, you may not like them but it gives it some ‘interest’.Example:The patterns on the piece of jewellery make it interesting.InterestKey wordsstrong weak decorative attractive complicated colourful, dull, combination hardwearing heavy light unattractiveMarking criteria:Use of key wordsDescription /10
12 TGW-Corpus Christi Catholic Sports College Name:Set:Key wordsstrong weak decorative attractive complicated colourful, dull, combination hardwearing heavy light unattractive complicated, decorativeMarking criteria:Use of key wordsDescription /10TGW-Corpus Christi Catholic Sports College
13 How to extract relevant research to aid the design process. Lesson objective - 5Today we will learn the following:LO1How to extract relevant research to aid the design process.LO2How to create a clear specification.MustDemonstrate a basic understanding of why research is useful. And have vague specification points.ShouldDemonstrate that you understand why research is useful and be able to highlight some relevant research. And create a simple specification.CouldDemonstrate that you understand why research is useful highlighting several relevant bits of information. Also creating a detailed and concise specification
14 This is a summery of all your research! Name:Set:This is a summery of all your research!Start by explaining what you discovered by conducting you Interview. Then put your opinion from what you have discovered with your Product analysis and Image board.Example introduction statements:As part of my research I conducted an interview, their opinions were that…I have created a mood board on The Natural World/Ancient Culture and Jewellery products to…To help me better understand (your theme) I gathered research information using (name your sources) this helped me…To help me be identify the key features of a good piece of Jewellery I analysed…
16 You have completed all of your research to a basic level. Name:Set:3a4c4b4a5c5b5a6c6b6a7c7b7aYou have completed all of your research to a basic level.Your research shows some depth to the content, but no relevant findings.Your research shows some relevance to the task but you have failed to draw any useful conclusions.Your research is fairly basic, but you have drawn up some useful conclusions that will help you design a relevant productYou have completed your research to a decent standard and have made at least 2 relevant and useful observations in your research summaryYou have done the above and made over 4 useful observations in your research summary.Your research summary demonstrated that you are comfortably able to pick out relevant information from your research and use it to effect your design.You have completed your specification, but the spec points are not justified.You have completed you specification, but only some of the spec points are justified.You have completed your specification and most of the spec points are justified.You research is comprehensive and your spec points are mostly justified.You have completed your research demonstrating that you make relevant observations and can identify useful information – all your spec points are justified.Your research is completed to a very high standard, your observations and specification are fully justified and you have shown how you can use the information gathered to help you produce relevant design ideas.
17 How to create design ideas linked to a specification Lesson objective - 6Today we will learn the following:LO1How to create design ideas linked to a specificationLO2How to develop a design to better meet the needs of the user.MustCreated some design ideas, with annotations. Loosely linked to the design specification and developed the design in some way.ShouldCreated design ideas, with annotation. They are linked to the specification and has been developed to further meet the users needs.CouldCreated relevant design ideas, annotated and clearly linked to the specification. Developed the designs further to fully meet the needs of the user.
18 The design that matches my specification the most is: Name:Set:12#x1234567#x12345673Student Self AssessmentWhat went well?______________________________________________________________________________________________________________Even better if?The design that matches my specification the most is:1 2 3#x1234567
19 Final design # x 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Name: Set: Make sure your final design is your best work. If a designer produced a poor final design idea – their design would not be produced! Use your level ladder to make sure your are achieving your target grade (at the least!)Final design#x1234567
20 Use CAD to create a mould for your design to be manufactured with. Lesson objective – 7Today we will learn the following:LO1Use CAD to create a mould for your design to be manufactured with.LO2Have an understanding of runners and risers.MustDemonstrate that they can create a mould design using 2D DesignShouldDemonstrate that you can create a working mould using 2D DesignCouldDemonstrate that you can create a working mould, complete with runner and riser using 2D Design
21 Lesson objective – 8 (optional) Today we will learn the following:LO1Learn how to use the casting machine safely.LO2Begin Casting your design idea.MustDemonstrate that you understand the dangers of casting and know how to use the low temperature casting machine safely.ShouldDemonstrate that you understand how to use the casting machine safely and have made your product.CouldDemonstrate that you understand how to be safe when using the casting machine and have finished making your product – and given a good surface finish.
22 Never put wet pewter into the furnace! Name:Set:Before you being your casting, you need to be aware of all the health and safety information. It is important that you are aware of the dangers of pewter casting and understand how to use the low temperature casting furnace safely.What temperature does pewter melt at?_______________degrees CelsiusWhich is over twice as hot as: ______________________________________Never put wet pewter into the furnace!__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
23 Learn how to use a range of files and abrasive papers Lesson objective – 9Today we will learn the following:LO1Learn how to use a range of files and abrasive papersLO2Learn how to cross file and draw file accuratelyMustDemonstrate that you understand the types of file and know how to use files and emery cloth safely.ShouldDemonstrate that you understand the types and grade of file and know how to use files and emery cloth safely and accurately.CouldDemonstrate that you understand the types and grade of file and critically select files and emery cloth to achieve a high quality finish.
24 Manufacturing Name: Set: What am I, and how can I help? I need to make sure that my mould has a ___________ and a ___________.How will this help you?__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________What am I, and how can I help?
25 Learn how to use polishing wheel safely Lesson objective – 10Today we will learn the following:LO1Learn how to use polishing wheel safelyLO2Learn how develop a finish on your project with a range of waxes and mopsDemonstrate that you understand the dangers of polishing wheel and know how to use the different mops and waxes safely.MustShouldDemonstrate that you understand the dangers of polishing wheel and know how to use the different mops and waxes safely to a good finish.CouldDemonstrate that you understand the dangers of polishing wheel and know how to use the different mops and waxes safely to achieve a quality finish.
26 Learn what is a ferrous and non-ferrous metal Lesson objective – 11Today we will learn the following:LO1Learn what is a ferrous and non-ferrous metalLO2Learn some of the properties of ferrous and non ferrous metalsDemonstrate that you can differentiate ferrous and non-ferrous metals and explain one property of each group.MustShouldDemonstrate that you can differentiate ferrous and non-ferrous metals and explain two properties of each group.CouldDemonstrate that you can differentiate ferrous and non-ferrous metals and critically explain why you are using pewter in your project.
27 How to analyse your final manufactured design idea.. Lesson objective - 12Today we will learn the following:LO1How to analyse your final manufactured design idea..L02Assess your practical progress.MustDemonstrate that you understand how to analyse your work and assess your progressShouldDemonstrate that you understand how to analyse your work objectively and assess your progressCouldDemonstrate that you understand how to analyse your work objectively and highlight areas to improve. Also assessing your progress.
28 Name:Set:How did your Design turn out? Are you happy with your outcome?___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Is there anything you would do differently if you were to repeat the process?_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
29 3c 3b 3a 4c 4b 4a 5c 5b 5a 6c 6b 6a 7c 7b 7a Name: Set: You have not managed to fully complete your product and your design ideas are rushed with no annotation.You have not managed to fully complete your product and your design ideas are rushed with some annotation.You have not managed to fully complete your product and your design ideas are rushed with annotations.Your design idea is unimaginative and completed to a basic standard. Design ideas have some annotations.Your design idea is unimaginative and completed to a basic standard. Design ideas have annotations.Your design idea is unimaginative and completed to a basic standard. Design ideas have annotations and your have made an attempt to check designs against the specYour design ideas are completed and made to a decent standard. Design ideas have some annotation relating to the spec.You designs show some creativity and are made to a decent standard. Some annotations refer to the spec points.Your design is creative and well made, most annotations can be linked to the specification.Designs are creative and made to a good standard. Annotations link to specification.Creative, and good finished design, meets the basic need of the specification.Your design meets most of the specification needs, design ideas are creative and unique. Product is finished to a good standard.You have met the needs of the spec, have demonstrated creativity and have produced a unique, marketable product.You have completely met the needs of the spec, have demonstrated creativity and have produced a unique, marketable product. Your design ideas are completed to a professional standardYou have completely met the needs of the spec, have demonstrated creativity and have produced a unique, marketable product. Your design ideas are completed to a high standard.
30 Today we will learn the following: Lesson objective - 13Today we will learn the following:LO1Learn how to evaluate different aspects of your work.LO2How to evaluate your work against your specificationLO3Assess your overall progress.MustDemonstrate that you understand how to evaluate different aspects of your work.ShouldDemonstrate that you understand how to evaluate different aspects of your work and your work against your specification objectively.CouldDemonstrate that you understand how to evaluate different aspects of your work and your work against your specification objectively. Also assessing your overall progress against the projects overall level ladder.
31 Name:Set:A = AestheticsDoes the product look attractive? Does it make good use of colour & texture? Does it have a high quality finish? Where did the designer get the inspiration?C = CostWhat is the estimated cost of making? What is the selling cost? Is the product affordable? Does it seem good value for money?C = CustomerWho is the product designed for? How and were would it be used?E = EnvironmentWhat is the products impact on the environment? Think about its final disposal.S = SafetyHow have you made it safe? Think about how it is used. How are the different part joined together, are they safe?S = SizeIs the product comfortable to use? Is it the correct size for its use? If you made it bigger or smaller would it be better?F = FunctionHow well does the product work? Could it be improved to work better? How easy is it to use?M = Materials/ManufactureWhat is the product made from? Could it be made from a different material?Use this page to write notes about your product before writing your Evaluation
32 Name: Set: My Specification ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Have you met this specification point?YesNoHave you met this specification point?YesNoHave you met this specification point?YesNoHave you met this specification point?YesNoHave you met this specification point?YesNoHave you met this specification point?YesNoHave you met this specification point?YesNo
33 You have started to evaluate your work against your specification. Name:Set:3c3b3a4c4b4a5c5b5a6c6b6a7c7b7aYou have made a brief attempt at an evaluation, not demonstrating full understanding of self assessment.You have filled in your evaluation with minimal details, demonstrating a very basic understanding of the task.Your evaluation is basic but you have raised at least one point to improve on.Your evaluation has some points to improve included, but you have not said why you want to improve your work.You have completed your evaluation but have repeated some points and not said what your could improve.You have completed your evaluation and have said what you could improve, but not in any detail.You have completed your evaluation to a decent level stating more than one potential improvements.You have a completed evaluation and stated more than 3 improvements and justified at least one improvement.You have demonstrated you are able to justify your suggested improvements.You have an evaluation which has been filled in objectively, justifying your improvements with detail.You have started to evaluate your work against your specification.You have demonstrated that your EAS lines up with your developed design idea tick boxes.You have a fully completed evaluation and have completed your EAS lining it up with your developed design idea.You have done all the above and have completed all your evaluation in an in-depth detail presenting your work to a high standard.You have done all the above, demonstrating objective thought, high level questioning of your own work and justified your observations throughout.