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post #1 of Old 01-17-2012, 04:00 AM Thread Starter
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Product Design Student needs help! :)

Hi, im new to the forum!
I am a university student studying Product Design. Im currently in my final year and in the process of designing my final piece. I have chosen to do a cleaning product, mainly looking at the problem of dust.
Current ideas include an ornament that would have filters in it to attract the dust to stop it falling (possibly looking at the option of using static electricity), a hand held device that would collect dust up rather than just spreading it around the room, and finally, piping that would run round the edge of mantlepieces, sideboard etc that would blow away the dust rather than letting it settle on the surface.
I have to do research into what the consumer wants and I thought that forums would be the easiest way to do this.
So any comments you have would be very useful, I will also list some questions below to help with the feedback

1. Which idea sounds best?
2. Would you use any of these products in your home?
3. Is dust a common problem in your home?
4. Any development or different ideas?

Any feedback would be useful, even if it is just which idea is best.

Thanks

Josh
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post #2 of Old 03-01-2012, 04:01 AM
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Hi Josh,
Nice to hear about your cleaning project and your project is really very good. I hope you will prepare your project soon. Dust is a common problem that is with everyone and due to this some people also have allergy. It is necessary to remove dust from our house or work place to clean environment. Because you can live healthy only when environment around you is good. For this regular cleaning is necessary.
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1. The first idea I would be most likely to use.
2. Yes, the first one.
3. Yes, i would use it.
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Programming, as a capacious and popular discipline, combines several large sections, including c ++, java, pascal, python, etc. I just want to order programming tasks and not worry about the correct decision. Could you tell me the programming assignment help service where specialists with experience who are closer than “to you” with all the terminology of the subject will undertake my task? So that they are personally familiar with each of the processes that need to be described in programming tasks. Do you have any such services in mind?

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Hi, im new to the forum!
I am a university student studying Product Design. Im currently in my final year and in the process of designing my final piece. I have chosen to do a cleaning product, mainly looking at the problem of dust.
Current ideas include an ornament that would have filters in it to attract the dust to stop it falling (possibly looking at the option of using static electricity), a hand held device that would collect dust up rather than just spreading it around the room, and finally, piping that would run round the edge of mantlepieces, sideboard etc that would blow away the dust rather than letting it settle on the surface.
I have to do research into what the consumer wants and I thought that forums would be the easiest way to do this.
So any comments you have would be very useful, I will also list some questions below to help with the feedback

1. Which idea sounds best?
2. Would you use any of these products in your home?
3. Is dust a common problem in your home?
4. Any development or different ideas?

Any feedback would be useful, even if it is just which idea is best.

Thanks

Josh
definitely a good idea)

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