You should choose a top and brief that interests you and that best suits the skills that you have developed.You should choose from the attached list of tasks: GCSE Food Tech CA Tasks (2015-2016) 1.
Testing a prototype / developed design is a very important part of the design and manufacturing process.
Testing and evaluation, simply confirms that the product will be commercially viable and suitable for the target market, or if it needs refinement.
In general, testing a prototype allows the designer and client to assess the viability of a design. Testing also helps identify potential faults, which in turn allows the designer to make improvements.
This is where you summarise how well your product has met the original specification you wrote.
Page 4) A designer influence (so I did Giorgio Armani)...other half of page I did an influence from the past ( so i did fashion since WW1). Page 6) On this page I evaluated the previous pages (image board, comparitive shop, product analysis)....
I did this on a grid.....important points of the research, how the information will help me, an what point will specifically help me.
Page 10) Colour, shape, and pattern ways....was my final design...for the colour ways i drew the same waistcoat 4 times (front and back view) in diffferent colours..Page 11) I did a lining to my product, so I did different pattern ideas...evaltuated Page 12) I did different decorative techniques to create my lining...evaluated Page 13) Market research- I showed people my design ideas to see which they liked best...evaluated the page.
Page 14) Health safety and risk assesment..every action that I would need to do to create my product I wrote risks and evaluated the chance of the risk. Looked at different fabrics and fibre contents...evaluated them against my product spec and looked how suitable they would be to use.
To gain higher marks you should look to develop your idea by looking at: Now you have trialed and developed your idea you will hopefully have a clearer understanding of what you want your final design to look like, taste like, how it will come together, what it will be made from and how big it will be.
How you present your final design is very important.