design final process book

design final process book

Project description
this is a design process book assignment. my group build and design a modular habitat for praying mantis, because it could easily find in the garden, and the praying mantis eat bugs. they could protect the crops.

about the design. Uhm, well let me briefly introduce our design first. there’s 3 main parts(see photo) Detachable triangles that will have plants, and a mesh wall with holes for mantis to go back and forth. A frame for holding branches and the lights to attract praying mantis and moths.

i will send you the pictures of the process. and just follow the requirement of the professor give. there also has a example for it i will upload.
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Added on 10.12.2014 05:03
just finish the part on 28.pic.jpg. the process please see the pictures. the individual part is the individual.pic.

ROJECT
ON GROUP WORK
“Ideas are cheap. Always be passionate about
ideas and communicating those ideas and discoveries to others
in the things you make.”

Charles Eames
“Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success.”

Henry
Ford
“Individual commitment to a group effor
t

that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society
work, a civilization work.”

Vince Lombardi
“The secret is to gang up on the problem, rather than each other.”

Thomas Stallkamp
INTRODUCTION
This assignment asks you to bring together work d
one in lecture since the first week of class, and in all your homework
assignments and discussion sections. Please refer to related documents in Smartsite’s resources area, including lecture notes
(re. process books, etc.) and homework assignments. This as
signment sheet should be consulted together with the Final
Project Evaluation Form, which shows a complete point breakdown for grading.

A
SSIGNMENT
In this project you will implement the design process and
document your work as you join forces with fellow
students to build a habitat or residence for beneficial garden creatures
WHAT YOU WILL MAKE
:
1. Each group will design and build a modular structure to serve as a habitat for benefici
al garden creatures.
2. The group project’s modular design is composed of individual modules, each designed and built by one individual
student. The number of group members is the minimum number of modules, although additional modules and/or
elements may b
e constructed as needed by group members.
3. Each student designs, prints / constructs, and submits a process book to document the design process engaged in
group and individual work towards completion of this project (print and PDF).
Each student will wo
rk
individually and collectively
with her discussion section group (5

6 students per group). On
12/10, during class lecture time, all students will contribute to a group critique.
Also on 12/10, each student will turn in a physical “process book” documen
ting the design process and its result; a
digital copy will be submitted to Smartsite, in
pdf format
, by 10 p.m. on 12/10. (See the ”
PROCESS BOOK
” section of
this assignment for further details.)
Although we are working in groups, each student will turn i
n a unique set of materials that were created by her alone.
See the discussion below titled ”
INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUT
ION TO COLLECTIVE WO
RK
.” Each individual contributes a
component module of the completed structure. To do so, each student will fully pursue a
nd document the design
process individually, while working to meet the needs of the group. Individual grades will be based on group
participation and the creation of the process book. Diligence is more important than genius, and the needs of the
group must
be met by the individual’s contribution (translation: no
prima donnas
; this is not about being a visionary
rockstar designer, it’s about working together).
The finished structure will be displayed outside the classroom for critique on 12/10/14.
This as
signment
is graded on both
process
and
product
. Maintain organized files in which you
keep
everything
related to
all
steps of the design process.

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