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11 terms
DT Topic 6: Classic Design
Design Classic
Image
Status and Culture
Obsolescence
a manufactured object with timeless appeal, remains relevant…
a design classic is instantly recognizable and provokes a var…
'iconic', the longevity of classic designs suggest quality an…
a classic design defies obsolescence and transcends its origi…
Design Classic
a manufactured object with timeless appeal, remains relevant…
Image
a design classic is instantly recognizable and provokes a var…
17 terms
IB DT Topic 6: Product Design
Ergonomics
Anthropometrics
Percentile
Psychological Factors
Involves creating products that allow users to perform tasks…
The aspect of ergonomics that deals with body measurements, p…
Each of the 100 equal groups into which a population can be d…
Involve all those influences associated with mental processes…
Ergonomics
Involves creating products that allow users to perform tasks…
Anthropometrics
The aspect of ergonomics that deals with body measurements, p…
50 terms
DT Topic 5: Innovation and Design
Invention
Drivers for Invention
Intellectual Property
Benefits of IP
is the process of discovering a principle, a technical advanc…
1. personal motivation... 2. scientific or technical creativity…
refers to the ownership of intangible goods, including ideas,…
1. differentiating a business from competitors ... 2. selling or…
Invention
is the process of discovering a principle, a technical advanc…
Drivers for Invention
1. personal motivation... 2. scientific or technical creativity…
12 terms
DT - Topic 6 Classic Design
Conflict and Compromise
Culture
Design Classic
Dominant Design
Development of a product usually requires a multidisciplinary…
Reflect cultural influences and marks transition points withi…
Product that serves as a standard of its time, that has been…
Design contains implicit features that are recognised as esse…
Conflict and Compromise
Development of a product usually requires a multidisciplinary…
Culture
Reflect cultural influences and marks transition points withi…
15 terms
IB DT Topic 6 Classic Design
A Classic Design
Image
Social Status
Obsolescence
"An industrially manufactured object with timeless aesthetic…
The factor that makes a classic design instantly recognisable…
An added value of ownership of a classic design regarding how…
Most products have a limited life whereas classic designs hav…
A Classic Design
"An industrially manufactured object with timeless aesthetic…
Image
The factor that makes a classic design instantly recognisable…
26 terms
IB DT HL Topic 10: Mechanical Design
belt and pulley
cam and follower
data reliability
efficiency
a mechanism composed of a wheel with a groove between two fla…
are used to convert rotary motion in reciprocating motion. Th…
the completeness and accuracy of a data set that is being use…
efficient energy use, useful work per quantity of energy
belt and pulley
a mechanism composed of a wheel with a groove between two fla…
cam and follower
are used to convert rotary motion in reciprocating motion. Th…
13 terms
DT Topic 5: Innovation & Design
Act of Insight (Innovation Strats)
Adaption (Innovation Strats)
Analogy (Innovation Strats)
Architectural Innovation
"Eureka" moment; sudden image of a potential solution is form…
A solution from one field is translated to another to solve a…
An idea from one context is used to stimulate ideas for solvi…
The technology of the components stay the same, but the confi…
Act of Insight (Innovation Strats)
"Eureka" moment; sudden image of a potential solution is form…
Adaption (Innovation Strats)
A solution from one field is translated to another to solve a…
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DT Topic 6 "Classic Design"
Classic Design 1
Classic Design 2
Image
Planned Obsolescence
A classic design is one that belongs to the highest class or…
Design Classic refers to an arrangement of parts or details o…
The general impression that a person, organization, or produc…
When a product is deliberately designed to have a specific pr…
Classic Design 1
A classic design is one that belongs to the highest class or…
Classic Design 2
Design Classic refers to an arrangement of parts or details o…
26 terms
DT Topic 5 "Innovation and Design"
Invention
Innovation
Intellectual Property
Patents
Is the practice of coming up with something new
Is delivering something new to a market that wants it.
It's creating any product using your own intellect (mind).
These protect how things work and what they are made of
Invention
Is the practice of coming up with something new
Innovation
Is delivering something new to a market that wants it.
18 terms
IB DT Topic 6 Classic Design
A Classic Design
Image
Social Status
Obsolescence
"An industrially manufactured object with timeless aesthetic…
The factor that makes a classic design instantly recognisable…
An added value of ownership of a classic design regarding how…
Most products have a limited life whereas classic designs hav…
A Classic Design
"An industrially manufactured object with timeless aesthetic…
Image
The factor that makes a classic design instantly recognisable…
22 terms
IB DT TOPIC 1: Design Process
Design brief
Design specifications
Divergent thinking
Convergent thinking
Is the formal starting point for a new design, it is a statem…
A set of precise limits for the complete range of performance…
Using creative ability to produce a wide range of possible so…
The ability to analyse information in order to select an answ…
Design brief
Is the formal starting point for a new design, it is a statem…
Design specifications
A set of precise limits for the complete range of performance…
8 terms
IB DT Topic 6: Classic Design 2016
Classic Design
Principles of Classic Design
Dominant Design
Function
Has a timeless quality, which is recognized and remains fashi…
Image... Status and culture... Obsolescence... Mass production... Ubiquit…
The emergence of a product that possesses a particular featur…
The practical design of an object based on performing the obj…
Classic Design
Has a timeless quality, which is recognized and remains fashi…
Principles of Classic Design
Image... Status and culture... Obsolescence... Mass production... Ubiquit…
34 terms
IB DT Topic 3: Green Design
Green Design
Clean Technology
'cradle-to grave'approach
Product Life Cycle
Considering the adverse impact of the product on the environm…
Clean technology includes the renewable energy (wind power, s…
Cradle-to-grave is the full Life Cycle Assessment from manufa…
The assessment of the effect a product has on the environment…
Green Design
Considering the adverse impact of the product on the environm…
Clean Technology
Clean technology includes the renewable energy (wind power, s…
13 terms
DT Topic 5.2: Innovation and Design (Innovation)
Invention and Innovation
Categories of innovation
Sustaining innovation as a category of…
Disruptive Innovation as a category of…
An invention is a new product or idea, an innovation is a new…
Sustaining innovation, disruptive innovation, process innovat…
Incremental value gain over different solutions, which can ha…
Delivering innovation that is aimed at customers whose needs…
Invention and Innovation
An invention is a new product or idea, an innovation is a new…
Categories of innovation
Sustaining innovation, disruptive innovation, process innovat…
9 terms
DT Topic 8.3 Sustainability (Sustainable Design)
Green vs Sustainable
Datschefski's five principles of susta…
Cyclical
Solar
Green design aims to reduce the environmental impact during u…
Cyclical, solar, safe, efficient, social
Use of used materials, cradle to cradle
Safe, renewable energy
Green vs Sustainable
Green design aims to reduce the environmental impact during u…
Datschefski's five principles of susta…
Cyclical, solar, safe, efficient, social
30 terms
IB DT Topic 5 Innovation and Design
Invention
Intellectual Property (IP)
Patents
Copyright
The act of creating something new or the significant improvem…
Creations of the mind, such as inventions; literary & artisti…
The intellectual property protection that can be used to prot…
The intellectual property protection that can be used to prot…
Invention
The act of creating something new or the significant improvem…
Intellectual Property (IP)
Creations of the mind, such as inventions; literary & artisti…
15 terms
IBDP DT Topic 6: Classic Design
classic design
image
culture
status
a mass-produced object with timeless appeal - iconic and resi…
the general impression that a person, organization or product…
in terms of CD: recognized across geographical, national, rel…
indicating the social standing. in terms of CD: a classic des…
classic design
a mass-produced object with timeless appeal - iconic and resi…
image
the general impression that a person, organization or product…
9 terms
DT Topic 5.1: Innovation and design (Invention)
What are the drivers for invention?
Lone inventor
Intellectual Property
Strategies for IP protection
Personal motivation to express creativity, scientific curiosi…
An individual working to commit himself to the invention of a…
Exclusive rights legally given to a firm to produce a particu…
Registered trademark, service mark, copyrights, patent pending
What are the drivers for invention?
Personal motivation to express creativity, scientific curiosi…
Lone inventor
An individual working to commit himself to the invention of a…
34 terms
DT Vocab Topic 11 (Mechanical design)
define friction welding
Explain process of friction welding
define Plastic welding
define Hot air/gas welding
A completely mechanical solid-phase process in which heat gen…
Includes two parts, one revolving and another fixed. Check pi…
Process of welding plastic work pieces together, using either…
A plastic welding technique using heat. A specially designed…
define friction welding
A completely mechanical solid-phase process in which heat gen…
Explain process of friction welding
Includes two parts, one revolving and another fixed. Check pi…
33 terms
DT Topic 7 User Centred Design
What is UCD?
UCD Advantages (2)
UCD Disadvantages (4)
User... Task... Environment
Pays attention to the user, includes its needs and capabiliti…
-Sets designed in users shoes ... -Design is more intuitive (ins…
-Expensive... -"Translate" info into design... -Time consuming to m…
-Person using the product, the one affected by the product... -T…
What is UCD?
Pays attention to the user, includes its needs and capabiliti…
UCD Advantages (2)
-Sets designed in users shoes ... -Design is more intuitive (ins…
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DT Topic 7.1 User centred design (User centred design)
UCD elements
UCD and user
UCD and task
UCD and environment
user, task, environment
Paying particular attention to the needs of the users to invo…
Functions easily recognised, allows users to perform task mor…
Taking into account of the environment and the hazards
UCD elements
user, task, environment
UCD and user
Paying particular attention to the needs of the users to invo…
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DT Topic 6.1: Classic Design (Characteristics of Classic Design)
Classic design
Image
Status and Culture
Obsolescence
A product with a timeless appeal, which is very iconic.
The image of the product, whether it is the appearance or the…
Design classics often reflect the culture of the day, as thei…
Some design classics can stand the test of time and are not c…
Classic design
A product with a timeless appeal, which is very iconic.
Image
The image of the product, whether it is the appearance or the…
53 terms
DT - Topic 7 User Centred Design
Affinity Diagram
Personae
Secondary Personae
Anti-Personae
Tool used to organise ideas and information
Profile of primary target of product
Profile of those who is not the primary target audience, but…
Profile of those for whom product is not designed for
Affinity Diagram
Tool used to organise ideas and information
Personae
Profile of primary target of product
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IB DT Topic E10- Design for purpose
Identify design contexts that have bee…
Explain considerations that may confli…
Identify ways in which designers recon…
Discuss the importance of internationa…
Consider a fast-food restaurant and an airport. McDonald seat…
For example, consider airport seating that has to be used dur…
For example, public seating in railway stations needs to be r…
Information via the use of graphics rather than words. Symbol…
Identify design contexts that have bee…
Consider a fast-food restaurant and an airport. McDonald seat…
Explain considerations that may confli…
For example, consider airport seating that has to be used dur…
9 terms
IB DT Topic E6- Design for usability
Identify three characteristics of good…
What are the successes of user-product…
Explain the disadvantages of user-prod…
Discuss the impact of memory burden on…
1. Simplicity and ease of use;2. Intuitive logic and organiza…
The user-product interfaces of many electronic products are e…
If UPI's should be well organized and easy to use intuitively…
Poor organization of a product imposes a memory burden on use…
Identify three characteristics of good…
1. Simplicity and ease of use;2. Intuitive logic and organiza…
What are the successes of user-product…
The user-product interfaces of many electronic products are e…
15 terms
IB DT Topic E9- Design for disability
Identify human factors issues related…
Explain the methods that designers wou…
Identify ways in which a consideration…
Discuss the role of legislation in ens…
Consider the range of anthropometric dimensions, posture, com…
Consider user research methods related to wheelchair users an…
Consider strength, grip, circulation space, storage, weight,…
Consider the problems of adapting existing designs compared t…
Identify human factors issues related…
Consider the range of anthropometric dimensions, posture, com…
Explain the methods that designers wou…
Consider user research methods related to wheelchair users an…
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DT Topic 5.7 Innovation and Design (Innovation, design and marketing specifications)
Target market
Target audience
Market analysis
User need
Relates to the sectors and segments that it targets
Relates to the specific group of people within the target mar…
Appraisal of economic viability of proposed design from a mar…
Requirements that a user wants that the product must satisfy.…
Target market
Relates to the sectors and segments that it targets
Target audience
Relates to the specific group of people within the target mar…
17 terms
IB DT Topic 6: Product Design
Ergonomics
Anthropometrics
Percentile
Psychological Factors
Involves creating products that allow users to perform tasks…
The aspect of ergonomics that deals with body measurements, p…
Each of the 100 equal groups into which a population can be d…
Involve all those influences associated with mental processes…
Ergonomics
Involves creating products that allow users to perform tasks…
Anthropometrics
The aspect of ergonomics that deals with body measurements, p…
22 terms
DT Topic 7: User Centered Design
Key Principles of UCD
Users, Tasks, Environments
Iterative Process
Whole User Experience
-UCD is based on a deep understanding of users, tasks, enviro…
UCD is a process that pays particular attention to understand…
five stages:... 1. research... 2. concept... 3. design... 4. implementati…
products can be designed to evoke pleasure and emotion, a pro…
Key Principles of UCD
-UCD is based on a deep understanding of users, tasks, enviro…
Users, Tasks, Environments
UCD is a process that pays particular attention to understand…
58 terms
IB DT Topic 1 - Design Process
Successive Stages
Stages in the IB Design Cycle Model (D…
Design Brief
Design Goal
Usually arranged as a systematic cyclical process that eventu…
* identifying or clarifying a need or opportunity ... * analyzin…
The design brief is the formals starting point for a new desi…
describes the implementation of the goal
Successive Stages
Usually arranged as a systematic cyclical process that eventu…
Stages in the IB Design Cycle Model (D…
* identifying or clarifying a need or opportunity ... * analyzin…
16 terms
IB DT - Topic 2.5 Green Design
Green design
Strategies for green design, environme…
Design for Manufacture, Processes, Mat…
Design for Process
G............... d............... is a starting point for man…
S.............. for g.......... d........... is involved with…
D.......... for M................ (DfM) involves Design for P…
D............. for P............ is when designing/redesignin…
Green design
G............... d............... is a starting point for man…
Strategies for green design, environme…
S.............. for g.......... d........... is involved with…
18 terms
DT Topic 5 Innovation and Design (2)
The lone inventor
The product champion
The entrepreneur
Planned obsolescence
Is an individual working outside an organization, who is comm…
Is an individual working within an organization, who develops…
Is an individual who takes an invention to the market, often…
When a product is deliberately designed to have a specific pr…
The lone inventor
Is an individual working outside an organization, who is comm…
The product champion
Is an individual working within an organization, who develops…
35 terms
IB DT Topic 3 - Green Design
Green Design
Non renewable resources
Examples of Non Renewable Resources
Renewable Resources
Designing in a way that takes account of the environmental im…
A natural resource that cannot be re-made or re-grown as it d…
· Petroleum... · Coal... · Gasohol... · Nuclear Energy... · Fossil Fuels
Resources that are naturally replenished in a short time
Green Design
Designing in a way that takes account of the environmental im…
Non renewable resources
A natural resource that cannot be re-made or re-grown as it d…
21 terms
IB DT Topic E1- Human Factor Design, IB DT Topic E2- Human Factor Data
What are the main objectives of human…
Describe why visibility is an importan…
Describe why feedback is an important…
Describe why mapping is an important c…
Consider effectiveness (completeness and accuracy), efficienc…
Controls should be visible and it should be obvious how they…
Feedback is the provision of information, for example, an aud…
Mapping relates to the correspondence between the layout of t…
What are the main objectives of human…
Consider effectiveness (completeness and accuracy), efficienc…
Describe why visibility is an importan…
Controls should be visible and it should be obvious how they…
9 terms
DT Topic E01- Human Factor Design
What are the main objectives of human…
Describe why visibility is... an importan…
Describe why feedback is... an important…
Describe why mapping is... an important c…
Consider effectiveness (completeness and accuracy), efficienc…
Controls should be visible and it should be obvious how they…
Feedback is the provision of information, for example, an aud…
Mapping relates to the correspondence between the layout of t…
What are the main objectives of human…
Consider effectiveness (completeness and accuracy), efficienc…
Describe why visibility is... an importan…
Controls should be visible and it should be obvious how they…
15 terms
DT Topic 3.4 Modelling (Computer Aided Design)
Types of CAD softwares
Surface Modelling
Solid Modelling
Data modelling
Graphic design, FEA, Interior design, Architecture, Animations
Focuses on the two dimensional aspect, the surface of the mod…
Clear representation of the final product, defines the object…
Models data, creates a formula or a graph to model statistics…
Types of CAD softwares
Graphic design, FEA, Interior design, Architecture, Animations
Surface Modelling
Focuses on the two dimensional aspect, the surface of the mod…
62 terms
IB DT Topic 7: User-Centered Design 2016
Anthropology
Ethnography
User-Centered Design (UCD)
Peter Morville's User Experience Honey…
A facet of user centered design where the product is repetiti…
A facet of user centered design wherein the designers spend a…
An approach towards product/interface development that places…
Usable, useful, desirable, accessible, credible, findable val…
Anthropology
A facet of user centered design where the product is repetiti…
Ethnography
A facet of user centered design wherein the designers spend a…
18 terms
DT Topic 7.2 User Centred Design (Usability)
Usability objectives
Usefulness
Effectiveness
Learnability
Usefulness, Effectiveness, Learnability, Attitude
Enables users to achieve their goals
Performance of the product
Difficulty of adopting the product to use
Usability objectives
Usefulness, Effectiveness, Learnability, Attitude
Usefulness
Enables users to achieve their goals
10 terms
DT Topic 7.4 User Centred Design (Strategies for UCD)
Field Research and the advantages and…
Methods of extremes
Observations and the advantages and di…
Interviews and the advantages and disa…
Use the product in various environments and contexts. Very po…
To define the range of a user population, so the widest range…
See how people use it to observe their behaviour as well as h…
Asking individual users questions, obtaining their responses…
Field Research and the advantages and…
Use the product in various environments and contexts. Very po…
Methods of extremes
To define the range of a user population, so the widest range…
6 terms
DT Topic 7.3 User Centred Design (Strategies for user research)
User population
Classification of users in user centre…
Personae
Secondary personae
A range of users that will use the product.
Age, gender, physical conditions
A fictional person who represents the majority of the user gr…
A fictional person who is not the main user group that the pr…
User population
A range of users that will use the product.
Classification of users in user centre…
Age, gender, physical conditions
8 terms
DT Topic 5.3 Innovation and Design (Strategies for innovation)
Strategies for innovation vs Strategie…
Act of insight
Adaptation
Analogy
Strategies for innovation deals with more of the idea generat…
Sudden revelation and epiphany that leads to an idea.
Taking an idea from another invention to another context.
Taking an idea from the nature to the innovation, or imitatin…
Strategies for innovation vs Strategie…
Strategies for innovation deals with more of the idea generat…
Act of insight
Sudden revelation and epiphany that leads to an idea.
8 terms
DT Topic 2.5 Resource Management and Sustainable Production (Green Design)
Green design
Strategies for Green Design (Increment…
Timescale to implement
Consumer pressure as a driver for gree…
Green design is the development of products to have a reduced…
Design for material, process and assembly... End of pipe... Use of…
It can be incremental or radical, taking a long period of tim…
The public have become aware of environmental issues through…
Green design
Green design is the development of products to have a reduced…
Strategies for Green Design (Increment…
Design for material, process and assembly... End of pipe... Use of…
8 terms
DT Topic 5.5 Innovation and Design (Product life cycle)
Key stages of the product life cycle
Types of obsolescence
Planned Obsolescence
Style obsolescence
introduction, growth, maturity and decline
Planned, style, functional, technological
Designing a product with a limited useful life on purpose.
Designers change the styling of a product so customers will p…
Key stages of the product life cycle
introduction, growth, maturity and decline
Types of obsolescence
Planned, style, functional, technological
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DT Topic 2.6: Resource management and sustainable production (Eco design)
Eco design
Life cycle analysis
Life cycle stage: Preproduction
Life cycle stage: Production
Eco-design considers the design of a product throughout its l…
Analysis of the various stages of production. Preproduction,…
Transporting and preparing materials. It can cause a lot of p…
the processing of the resources and shaping etc. to make the…
Eco design
Eco-design considers the design of a product throughout its l…
Life cycle analysis
Analysis of the various stages of production. Preproduction,…
14 terms
DT Topic 5.6 Innovation and Design (Rogers characteristics of innovation and consumers)
Roger's five characteristics on consum…
Relative advantage
Compatibility
Complexity
Relative advantage, complexity, observability, trialibility,…
How improved an innovation is over the other generations and…
How well the product assimilates into the lives of the users
A product that is too difficult to use might make it less app…
Roger's five characteristics on consum…
Relative advantage, complexity, observability, trialibility,…
Relative advantage
How improved an innovation is over the other generations and…
9 terms
IB DT Topic E1- Human Factor Design
What are the main objectives of human…
Describe why visibility is an importan…
Describe why feedback is an important…
Describe why mapping is an important c…
Consider effectiveness (completeness and accuracy), efficienc…
Controls should be visible and it should be obvious how they…
Feedback is the provision of information, for example, an aud…
Mapping relates to the correspondence between the layout of t…
What are the main objectives of human…
Consider effectiveness (completeness and accuracy), efficienc…
Describe why visibility is an importan…
Controls should be visible and it should be obvious how they…
9 terms
DT Topic 7.5 User Centred Design (Beyond usability, designing for pleasure and emotion)
Psychopleasure
Socipleasure
Physiopleasure
Ideopleasure
Satisfaction as it is easier to use the product and the user…
Social satisfaction, more self esteem in the society, bonds h…
How the sensory experience gives the user satisfaction.
Links with the ideals and the values that one has. e.g. hippies
Psychopleasure
Satisfaction as it is easier to use the product and the user…
Socipleasure
Social satisfaction, more self esteem in the society, bonds h…
10 terms
IB DT Topic E11- Beyond usability: Designing for pleasure
Describe the "four pleasure framework"
Define physio-pleasure
Define socio-pleasure
Define psycho-pleasure
The "four pleasure framework" was identified by Professor Lio…
Pleasure derived from the sensory organs, including pleasures…
Pleasure from relationships with others, for example, specifi…
Pleasure derived from people's mental and emotional reactions…
Describe the "four pleasure framework"
The "four pleasure framework" was identified by Professor Lio…
Define physio-pleasure
Pleasure derived from the sensory organs, including pleasures…
29 terms
DT - Design Development
Influences
Design Movements
Arts and Crafts Movement
Art Nouveau
The discovery of new materials, iconic products, manufacturin…
Influences that lead to the emergence of new, distinct styles…
It promoted quality craftsmanship, it was inspired by natural…
It was based on natural, organic lines and it included design…
Influences
The discovery of new materials, iconic products, manufacturin…
Design Movements
Influences that lead to the emergence of new, distinct styles…
9 terms
DT - The design process
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Identify the problem
Analyse the problem
Investigate and research
Specification
Step 1
Identify the problem
Step 2
Analyse the problem
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