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logoWelcome to the Specification page

Introduction

The Design Specification is a list of conditions your product must meet. All of the information will come from your research Analysis and design Brief.


It is best for everyone to write the specification points in bullet point form.


For the higher mark you will need to justify your list, and by doing the research analysis you have already achieved this.


FormIt must be attractive, Reason because my end-users stated this in their informal interviews.


Function and Performance – my product must store a range of different sized objects, and have flexible shelving to accommodate different sized objects. Reason: I got this information from product research, questionnaire and informal interviews.


Ergonomics – my product must be easy and comfortable to use or handle. Reason: My end-users said they must also be able to reach the top shelf when mounted on the wall and the bottom shelf when freestanding.


Project Aims