Clock Brainstorm

Laurie  Withers
Mind Map by Laurie Withers, updated more than 1 year ago
Laurie  Withers
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Clock Brainstorm
1 Target Market
1.1 Collectors
1.1.1 Unique
1.1.2 interesting
1.1.3 Contemporary or traditional design
1.1.4 Style
1.2 Children
1.2.1 Colourful
1.2.2 Bright
1.2.3 Easy to read
1.2.4 toy
1.2.5 Inexpensive
1.3 Office/Workplace
1.3.1 Easy to read
1.3.2 Large
1.3.3 Visible from all angles
1.3.4 Proffesional
1.3.5 Clear
1.3.6 Simple
1.4 Homeowner
1.4.1 Adaptable
1.4.2 Stylish
1.4.3 Modern
2 Aethetics
2.1 Size
2.1.1 Not too big
2.1.2 Not too small
2.2 Colour
2.2.1 Simple
2.2.2 Complimentary
2.3 Shape
2.3.1 Square
2.3.2 Round
2.3.3 Triangular
2.3.4 Traditional shape
2.4 Form
2.4.1 3D
2.5 unique
3 Material
3.1 Plastic
3.2 Wood
3.3 Durable
3.4 Flatpack
3.5 Recycle
3.5.1 Wood
4 Fully inclusive
4.1 Kids
4.1.1 Easy to read
4.1.2 Large numbers
4.1.3 Makes them happy
4.2 Deaf
4.2.1 Visual time
4.3 Blind
4.3.1 audio time
4.3.2 Hour chime
4.4 elderly
4.4.1 Easy to read
4.4.2 Big numbers
4.4.3 Not too heavy
5 Ergonomocs
5.1 Effects
5.1.1 Gloss
5.1.2 Satin
5.1.3 Matte
5.2 Psychologocal
5.2.1 Happy
5.2.2 Creative
5.2.3 Settling
6 Theme
6.1 Global elements
6.2 Eco- friendly
6.2.1 Upcycyle
6.3 Unique
7 Manufacture
7.1 mass production
8 Saftey
8.1 No sharp edges
9 Function
9.1 Tell time
10 Cost
10.1 Everyday family
10.1.1 £10 -£20
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