Shopping Cart Redesign Design Brief Client: Who is the customer or client that is paying for the design service? End User: Who is going to use the new product? Designer(s): Who was responsible for the design of the revised grocery cart? Problem Statement: What was the problem that the design team was trying to solve? Write your answer as a complete sentence. Design Statement: To what degree was the solution to be realized? Was the design team’s intention to merely sketch an idea and be done? Was the intention to come up with an idea, build it, and stop there? Or, was it the design team’s intention to design, build, and test an idea? What expectation(s) did the design have to meet before it would be considered a successful solution to the problem? In other words, what did the solution have to do? _______________________________________________ Criteria & Constraints: What criteria did the solution have to meet? What limitations did the design team have to work with? Was there a time constraint to get the project finished? Conclusion 1. What was the most impressive part of the team’s effort? 2. What advantages are there to having adesign team with members that have non-engineering backgrounds? 3. There was a point in the process where a self-appointed group of adults stepped up, stopped the ideas, and redirected the group to break up into teams. Why was this done? 4. At the end of the video, Dave Kelly states, “Look around. The only things that are not designed are the things we find in nature.” Can you think of anything that would contradict this statement?
Video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taJOV-YCieI