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Topics that pertain to design and creation, including critical thinking methods, sustainability and articulation.
 
Topics that pertain to design and creation, including critical thinking methods, sustainability and articulation.
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[[Image:Design Methodology NASA Langley Research Center Wing Flow Model and Test Apparatus.jpg|thumb|right|The NASA wing-flow model and test apparatus mounted on the P-52 wing with a flow-direction vane]]
  
 
== Subcategories ==
 
== Subcategories ==
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*'''[[:Category:Design for testability|Design for testability]]''' - design products to ensure resilience and ease of testability  
 
*'''[[:Category:Design for testability|Design for testability]]''' - design products to ensure resilience and ease of testability  
 
*'''[[:Category:Graphics|Graphics]]''' - visual presentations on a surface
 
*'''[[:Category:Graphics|Graphics]]''' - visual presentations on a surface
*'''[[:Category:Process design|Process design]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Process design|Process design]]''' - the design of processes for the physical and/or chemical transformation of materials
*'''[[:Category:Product design|Product design]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Product design|Product design]]''' - the designing of commercial products for sale or use
*'''[[:Category:Prototypes|Prototypes]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Prototypes|Prototypes]]''' - early samples or models built to test the feasibility and use of a product
*'''[[:Category:Technical drawing|Technical drawing]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Technical drawing|Technical drawing]]''' - a drawing specifying the technical requirements of a product
*'''[[:Category:User centered design|User centered design]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:User centered design|User centered design]]''' - or UCD, also known as pervasive usability, a design process where the needs and wants of the end-user of a product are given foremost attention at each stage of design
*'''[[:Category:Virtual prototyping|Virtual prototyping]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Virtual prototyping|Virtual prototyping]]''' - creating a simulated prototype product to be tested online
  
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Topics that pertain to design and creation, including critical thinking methods, sustainability and articulation.

The NASA wing-flow model and test apparatus mounted on the P-52 wing with a flow-direction vane
The NASA wing-flow model and test apparatus mounted on the P-52 wing with a flow-direction vane

Subcategories

  • Design for disassembly - techniques designing products so they can be easily and responsibly disassembled or disposed of
  • Design for experiments - designing objects for experimentation
  • Design for manufacture - design objects for ease and facility of manufacturing
  • Design for quality - design to ensure quality production
  • Design for testability - design products to ensure resilience and ease of testability
  • Graphics - visual presentations on a surface
  • Process design - the design of processes for the physical and/or chemical transformation of materials
  • Product design - the designing of commercial products for sale or use
  • Prototypes - early samples or models built to test the feasibility and use of a product
  • Technical drawing - a drawing specifying the technical requirements of a product
  • User centered design - or UCD, also known as pervasive usability, a design process where the needs and wants of the end-user of a product are given foremost attention at each stage of design
  • Virtual prototyping - creating a simulated prototype product to be tested online

Subcategories

This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total.

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