Pupils will learn how textile designers work in multi-disciplinary ways to create ideas, materials and techniques for different applications. Budget- how much money is available for materials and production? Pupils will become designer makers and creatively and practically develop a broad range of skills associated with the design and making process, including: Developing creative, imaginative and intuitive capabilities when exploring and making textiles images, artefacts and products Becoming confident in taking risks and learning from experiences when exploring and experimenting with ideas, processes, media, materials and techniques Developing critical understanding through investigative, analytical, experimental, practical and expressive skills.
Identifies the materials and equipment needed to make the product in the prototype stage. Students must also produce a model of their design solution.
Performance requirements- what properties does the product need to do its job? Component specification- fastenings, interlining, zips, fastenings. Back to Top Graphic Products Students must design and produce graphic designs and a supporting portfolio in response to a problem set by the centre.
Scales of production- how many do you need to produce? Trade Marks Act 8 The product specification The product specification contains all the instructions and information needed to produce a prototype of the product. Presentation on theme: "There are three types of specification"— Presentation transcript: 1 There are three types of specification Specifications There are three types of specification 2 Design Specification Create from the design brief after research has been carried out.
Function-what does the product need to do? The product specification is also used to calculate the final cost of the product, so the information must be accurate.