CHAPTER 9 ESTABLISH THE DESIGN CRITERIA

PHASE 1 Plan

PHASE 2 Specification

PHASE 3 Design

PHASE 4 Result

INTRODUCTION

You have already worked through the planning and specification process and already know on which requirements and assumptions you need to focus. The only thing left is to create the prototype.

Some may feel that they’re ready to begin immediately. Others, especially those who have not prototyped before, may be scratching their heads and asking themselves “What do I do now?” How do you decide what goes where and why? The seasoned designer needs no help here and can skip ahead to Chapter 11 to review the prototype. For the others, it may be useful to have some design criteria to help you work through the design process, so this ...

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