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  1. Design Brief

  2. Design Brief One way to define the problem is through the use of a design brief. This concise document (no more than one page) identifies the client, clearly states his/her problem or need, details the degree to which the engineer will carry out the solution, and lists the rules and limits within which the engineer must perform.

  3. Design Brief • The design briefserves as an agreement between the client and the engineer.

  4. The Client The client is usually a person, company, organization, or target consumer group whose problem requires the talents of an engineer or designer to develop a physical solution.

  5. The Designer The designer is the creative problem- solver.

  6. Problem Statement The problem statementclearly and concisely identifies the problem.

  7. My school locker is a mess. I can never find a pen, pencil, or calculator. My homework is always getting lost; my lunch gets crushed under a sea of books and binders. Because of the clutter, it is hard to close my locker door completely. Problem Statement Example of a good problem statement:

  8. Design Statement The design statementchallenges the engineer to take action to address the need and to solve the problem.

  9. Design, model, and test a high school locker organization system that will neatly contain items commonly used and kept at school. Design Statement Example of a good design statement:

  10. Constraints • Constraints can be thought of as guidelines that must be followed or rules that must not be broken. Examples: • Time • Budget • Physical Attributes (size, weight, color, etc.) • Safety • Codes

  11. Deliverables Deliverables are the end product(s) that the engineer/designer and client decide are appropriate for this design problem.

  12. Furniture Design Brief (Practice) Mr. Walker would like for the Ortiz engineers to design a piece of furniture for his new upscale furniture store, Best Furniture. The store’s grand opening is in 1 week so you all have one week to complete the task. Customers often complain about not having a comfortable and well designed chair that they can sit in to eat, watch TV, and work on their laptop.

  13. Furniture Design Brief (Practice) When customers come in our store they are looking for furniture that is affordable, have a unique design, and most importantly very comfortable. $50 is the maximum cost. In one week, Mr. Walker would like to see a sketch of the new piece of furniture.

  14. Examples of Furniture

  15. Design Brief information • Client: • Designer: • Problem Statement: • Design Statement: • Constraints: • Deliverables: