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A-Levels Product Design Mind Map on Lighting, created by AdamsMaddie69 on 06/18/2013.

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Lighting
1 Components and Features
1.1 Single light or multiple?
1.2 Table Lamp?
1.3 Ceiling lamp?
1.4 Floor lamp?
1.5 Even a lamp at all?
1.6 Freestanding?
1.7 Attached to a wall or desk or ceiling?
2 Safety
2.1 Sharp Edges
2.1.1 Sanded and smooth down edges
2.2 Stability of lamp/light
2.2.1 Even legs
2.2.2 Everything attached together effiecently
2.3 Small parts breaking off
2.3.1 Ensuring its assembled together properly
3 Storage
3.1 Will my client have room for the product?
3.1.1 I will question my client of the size of lighting unit they would be interested in
3.2 Will the product fit within the room?
3.2.1 I will have to measure the dimensions of the room in order for it to fit within the room suitably
4 Client Requirements
4.1 Suitable Storage
4.2 Relevant Design and colour scheme
4.3 Use a anthropometric data so the design is more ergonomically suitable for the client
4.4 There style and taste preferences
5 Materials
5.1 Metals
5.1.1 Mild Steel
5.1.1.1 Ductile, tough and malleable
5.1.2 Aluminium
5.1.2.1 Lightweight, corrosion resistant
5.1.3 Duralumin
5.1.3.1 Strong, Lightweight
5.2 Woods
5.2.1 Oak
5.2.1.1 Works well, durable
5.2.2 Mahogany
5.2.2.1 Durable, Finishes well
5.3 Plastics
5.3.1 Acrylic
5.3.1.1 Durable, stiff and hard
5.3.2 High Density Polyethylene
5.3.2.1 Impact resistant, flexable
5.4 GRP
5.4.1 High strength to weight ratio
6 Sizes
6.1 I will have to ask my client about the dimensions of the room, so that I am able to understand the factors that limit my design; such as height and floor space.
7 Environment
7.1 Rectangular opening in roof
7.1.1 I will have to investigate in order to know how large the opening is and how much light its letting into the room.
7.2 Large desk
7.2.1 I will have to measure the height and width of the desk, as well as the amount of room it takes up in the space itself in order to learn what size my design can be.
7.3 Broken hole in wall
7.3.1 I will have to measure the amount of light is being let through from the hole into the room as this could effect my design.
8 Design Movement
8.1 Can I incorporate any design movements into my design?
8.1.1 Pop Art
8.1.2 Surrealism
8.1.3 Memphis
8.1.4 Art Deco

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