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Develop not more than 10 questions should be linked to your research, which will elicit information to inform your design. Present some of your findings with graphs, clarify, and analyse the answers, these will form the backbone of your specification. When examiners mark work, they will look at the questionnaire and previous research to see where the information came from.

In this section of research, you could interview a client, the prospective buyer of your product, or a professional who already makes or uses a similar products to yours. This will help you to understand their requirements and prioritise the customer’s needs.

If an interview is not possible, try writing an email or letter to a group of companies of specialists. Ask specific questions that are open ended, as your questionnaire will normally be complied of closed questions.

Questions could identify what colours/trends/fabrics/cost/finishing methods/shapes are popular. Sending a letter to a range of shops and manufacturers will increase the probability of a reply.

Write up the list and include it in your portfolio, don’t be too disheartened if you don’t many or any replies, it will be evident to the examiner you have tried from your screen prints.
Evaluate and conclude what you have leant and mention how these opinions may influence your design.