Locker Organizer. Team Horizontal. Timeline. Engineering Notebook daily entries Day 1 entry dates: 4/15, 4/21, 4/25, 4/27, 4/29, 5/3, 5/5, 5/9 Day 2 entry dates: 4/18, 4/19, 4/20, 4/26, 4/28, 5/2, 5/4, 5/6 Team Norms (Day 1 - 4/15, Day 2 - 4/18) Timeline (Day 1 – 4/21, Day 2 4/19) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Locker OrganizerTeam HorizontalTimeline Engineering Notebook daily entriesDay 1 entry dates: 4/15, 4/21, 4/25, 4/27, 4/29, 5/3, 5/5, 5/9Day 2 entry dates: 4/18, 4/19, 4/20, 4/26, 4/28, 5/2, 5/4, 5/6Team Norms (Day 1 - 4/15, Day 2 - 4/18)Timeline (Day 1 4/21, Day 2 4/19)Design Brief (Day 1 4/21, Day 2 4/19)Team member evaluationsDay 1 evaluation dates: 4/27 and 5/9Day 2 evaluation dates: 4/26 and 5/6Self evaluationsDay 1 evaluation dates: 4/27 and 5/9Day 2 evaluation dates: 4/26 and 5/6Dimensioned, detailed sketches in engineering notebook of design and each individual part of the design (Day 1 4/25, Day 2 4/20)IDW creations of each individual part (Day 1 5/3, Day 2 5/2)IDW of exploded view (Day 1 5/3, Day 2 5/2)Powerpoint presentation (Day 1 5/9, Day 2 5/6)
TEAM NORMSTreat everyone with respectEveryone need to get their work done on time.No foul languages. EVER!!!!Help each other out.Works should be split evenly for each person. Get plenty of sleep and eat breakfast.ALWAYS REMEMBER TO HAVE FUN GUUUUUUYS!!!!!!ConsequencesIf none of these rules are follow, it will affect our grade.If you are not communicating, we might not get our work done.
Design BriefClient: School Superintendent
Target Consumer: High school students
Designer: Team Horizontal
Problem Statement: School lockers are a mess. Students can never find a pen, pencil, or calculator, and their homework is always getting lost. Those who bring their lunch to school often find their food crushed under a sea of books and binders. Because of the clutter, it is often hard for students to close their locker doors completely.
Design Statement: Design a high school locker organization system that will neatly contain items commonly used and kept in school.
Constraints: 1. Design must fit within your school locker. (1ft x 1ft x 2ft 6in)2. Easy to install.3. Must hold 20 lbs of books and binders.4. No flammable materials.
First ShelfIDWS (CONT.)
The BaseIDWS (CONT.)
Small paper slotIDWS (CONT.)
Shelf dividersIDWS (CONT.)
Second ShelfSketches (our first idea)
Our first idea for our locker organizerCONCLUSIONWhat forms of communication did you utilize while working with your virtual teammate?- THE WIKI WAS THE ONLY FORM OF COMMUNICATION USED
Did you experience any conflicts with your partner, and if so, how did you resolve them?- NO CONFLICTS WERE ENCOUNTERED
What was the most challenging part of this design experience?- Communicating about who is doing what part
How was the design process utilized through this design challenge?- We had to do every part of the process. We had to brainstorm about what we were going to do, then we researched, sketched, designed, and we put all together in big project to share for production
What are the advantages of working in a virtual team over working in a team that relies solely on face-to-face contact?- You didnt have to be right next to each other to communicate. When your on a virtual team, you can communicate no matter where you are. This can help if you running on a deadline and you really need to talk about what your plan is.
Did you add any other constraints to your design challenge? If so, why?- NONE WERE ADDED BECAUSE ITS A FRESH DESIGN