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Lincolnshire Wolds

 AS Product Design

 Specification
 Induction Presentation                        Multiple Intelligences Information Sheet

 
History of Design
 Use of a Sketch Book


Section 4.1.1 - Designing and Innovation
 1 - (i) Principles of Designing
 2 - (ii) Research Techniques
 3 - (iii) Analysis of the Problem
 4 - (iv) Problem Solving Strategies
 5 - (v) Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis
 6 - (vi) Ergonomics and Anthropometrics
 7 - (vii) Computer Systems for Designing
 8 - (viii) Innovation


Section 4.1.2 - Product Analysis
  9 - (i) The processes involved in the design and production of a range of manufactured products
 10 - (ii) Form and Function of different products
 11 - (iii) Trends, Styles, new Technical capabilities, and social, moral, political and ethical influences on the design, production and purpose of products.
 12 -
(iv) Intellectual Property and International Standards

Section 4.2.1 - Materials and Components
 13 - (i) Materials and Components
 14 - (ii) Working Characteristics
 15 - (iii) Methods of Creating Materials
 16 - (iv) Awareness of Modern Materials
 17 -
(v) The choice of Materials for specific service requirements
 18 - (vi) The choice of finishes for specific service requirements
 19 - (vii) Components and their potential application

 Section 4.2.2 - Industrial and Commercial Practice
 20 -(i) Main Features of Manufacturing Industry
 21 - (ii) Manufacturing Systems
 22 - (iii) Stages of Production
 23 - (iv) Detailed Manufacturing Methods
 24 - (v) Management Systems
 25 - (vi) Safe Working practices



 'Design and Make' task