How do designers gather inspiration? BiomimicryQuick View

How do designers gather inspiration? Biomimicry

1) To investigate ‘Biomimicry’ in relation to designers gathering inspiration. 2) To analyse how the shape and design of nature is implemented into the design of products. 3)To create a design of a furniture (table or chair) based on ‘Biomimicry’.

By michaeloyebode

Product AnalysisQuick View

Product Analysis

Learning objective: 1) Students to investigate what product analysis is. 2) Student to evaluate how product analysis is used to improve new products.

By michaeloyebode

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Packaging BundleQuick View

Packaging Bundle

Five lesson bundle on Packaging: 1) An Introduction to Packaging Graphics 2) Industrial Manufacture of Packaging 3) Packaging and materials: The Functions of Packaging 4) Product Marketing - The Power of Branding 5) Making Products Safe (Packaging)

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Making Products Safe (Packaging)Quick View

Making Products Safe (Packaging)

Full lesson resource includes full PowerPoint presentation. 1) Students to investigate the relevance of safety for the product user. 2) Students to analyse that designers and manufacturers have a both a moral and a legal responsibility for he products they create.

By michaeloyebode

Product Marketing – The Power of BrandingQuick View

Product Marketing – The Power of Branding

Full lesson resource includes full PowerPoint presentation. 1) Students to analyse the power of branding and it’s effect on different consumer groups. 2) Students to evaluate how products are marketed using a variety of techniques, including leaflets, flyers, point of sale, packaging and digital media.

By michaeloyebode

Industrial Manufacture of PackagingQuick View

Industrial Manufacture of Packaging

Full lesson resource includes full PowerPoint presentation. 1) Students to investigate different types of packaging. 2) Students to analyse why different materials may be better for different items. 3) Students to compare the difference between die cutting and creasing, and learn about registration marks.

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An Introduction to Packaging GraphicsQuick View

An Introduction to Packaging Graphics

Full lesson resource includes full PowerPoint presentation, lesson plan and activity sheet. Aims and objectives: 1) Students to evaluate existing packaging graphics used in chocolate boxes. 2) Students to create packaging graphics for a chocolate box.

By michaeloyebode

BfL 3-2-and-1 count downQuick View

BfL 3-2-and-1 count down

BfL 3-2-and-1 count down Count down timer on PowerPoint using animation to countdown 3-2-and-1 in order to give students warning to stop talking and listen to the teacher.

By michaeloyebode

Year 7 and 8 - Moral, social and cultural issues in Design TechnologyQuick View

Year 7 and 8 - Moral, social and cultural issues in Design Technology

Students to evaluate how built-in obsolescence in new products has led for a ‘throwaway’ culture. Students to investigate offshore manufacture of mass-produced products in developing countries by multinational companies. Students to investigate how tolerance of different cultures to avoid offence influences the designing and manufacturing of products. Resources include full detailed lesson, with videos and engaging activities.

By michaeloyebode

Year 7 and 8 - Sustainability of materialsQuick View

Year 7 and 8 - Sustainability of materials

Learning objective: 1) Students to investigate the source of a range of materials, how they are processed for use and how they can be reused, recycled or disposed of. 2) Students to evaluate the environmental consequences of the use of these materials.

By michaeloyebode

Promotional Products using cardQuick View

Promotional Products using card

1) Develop a promotional product using card – modelling techniques. 2) Investigate pop up cards mechanisms including the v-fold (mouth) and the parallelogram mechanisms. 3) The overall theme is ‘Zoo’

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The Impact of Modern TechnologiesQuick View

The Impact of Modern Technologies

Detailed Lesson Resource on the Impact of Modern Technologies in Society. Innovative use of group activities to create engagement and progress in learning the topic. Aims and Objectives: To evaluate the impact of modern technologies. To compare the advantages and disadvantages that the use of modern technology has brought to society. To analyse how modern technologies has impacted environmental issues and sustainability. To create an A3 poster in groups and deliver a short presentation in front of other groups.

By michaeloyebode