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Chair design review

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GCSE Food Coureswork
Analysing the Brief
Research
Specification
Design Page
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Development
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logoWelcome to Selection & Rejection or Review

Introduction

After developing 4 creative design ideas, you will now need to compare each one against your specification. It is crucial that you include evidence of how you choose between the best and worst solutions.

One way of comparing them is by listing your design specification in the first column and the design number in the first row across the top. By numbering all your ideas and testing each idea against each specification point you can quickly see which ideas meet the criteria best. Try to be objective with your judgements. By including user feedback you will achieve the higher mark.
Some students also like to give numerical or star ratings, these are also good ideas.

When you have completed your analysis you will be able to move forward with your development knowing what you should focus on and what to include in your final solution. You final solution could be a combination of two even three ideas identified in your review, but there should be some kind of link or progression between them.