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Analysis of Design Brief

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Key Features to be Considered Commentary Function Where will the product be used? What will my product be used for? My product will be used to hold trophies medals and other valuables. My final idea is intended to be used at home only as it is where you want to keep your valuables. Performance How might the product be used? The final design can be used anywhere in the household but more to the point it will have to be on a desk as it is not going to be big enough to place on the floor. ...read more.


Quantity How many will be needed? I will be making one trophy cabinet out of a batch of 50. Style What will the product look like? Will the product appeal to the target market? The product has a square curved base with small stands at the base which will keep the cabinet balanced and standing. There are drawers at the bottom to keep certificate and also any other types of thing that can go into a portfolio. Yes the futuristically design and appeal ability will help to make the product sell very well Quality What level of quality will be used to make my product? ...read more.


Cost What will each item cost to produce? What level of profit is needed? What is the final cost likely to be? Each item will cost around �10.99 to make and will be sold at �24.99. I hope to achieve around a �15 profit from selling each individual unit. The final cost, dependant on if the product sells well will be upped to �24.99 to make more profit Timescale When does the client wish the project to be finished? When should the product be ready for the same? The client wishes the project to be made on a 40 hour timescale. I am hoping to finish the product within the set time although final modifications could alter the time needed to make the final design. ...read more.

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