Product Design Factors

Written by Andrew Nicholls on 11 April 2017 Modified on Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Product Design Factors are the key categories that all product design specifications (and therefore by default, constraints and considerations) are based on. They help the designer identify the critical aspects that the final design address. Although there is no definitive list of product design factors, the following list provides an overview of commonly used categories:

Purpose, Function and Context

Human Centred Design

Innovation and Creativity

Visual, Tacile and Aesthetic

Sustainability

Economics

Legal Responsibility

Materials

Technologies

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