Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation
Table of Contents
Team Vision for Final Demo and Handoff
- Fix diverter so it fits into the toilet properly with bucket
- Cookie Cutter concept design finalized in CAD
- Cookie Cutter build
- Human Subjects Testing (HST)
- Iterate on Findings
- Compile data from HST Google Survey
- Look for trends in data, gather insights
- Iterate on Findings
- Test Plan Execution (what’s left)
- Adapt the Design
- Iterate on Findings, discuss updates or changes to design
- Incorporate discussed and approved changes in CAD
- Communicate final CAD with Design for final clean render
- Imagine Prep
- Paint toilet
- Add stencil
- Activity and materials
- Project Poster
- Update project plan accordingly + keep team on track
- Update risks table with phase-specific risks as they are considered
- Update problem tracker accordingly
- Make progress on group paper
- Update EDGE page with up-to-date phase content
- Send out pre-read
- Present Build & Test Prep Design Review
- Develop follow-up action items
Prototype Testing Summary
Test Plan Execution
Inputs and Sources
And image of the plan for completing test protocols can be found below as well as the table of testing responsibilities.
Below, a combined pdf of all the template protocols can be found, these protocols were used to test the customer requirements.
Outputs and Destinations
Below, a combined document of all completed test protocols can be found.
Human Subjects Testing
A complete summary of the results of the human subjects testing (HST) can be found below.
The link the the survey used in the testing can be found below.
A complete review of the HST can be found below.
Note that CAD documentation can be found in the shared folder online.
Mold Tooling Files
Important Documents Quick Access
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The full document for the problem tracker can be found below.
Plans for Wrap-up
Recommendations for Senior Design
The overall multidisciplinary design project experience for this group could have benefit earlier on from better alignment with the client. There were apparent and notable discrepancies between the guide, client, and student team expectations which were ironed out with a necessary excess of meetings with the client. Having ensured all parties were on the same page in the first two weeks would have allowed the group to conclude the problem definition phase ready and confident to move on ahead with the project. Instead, some second-guessing ensued and scope re-evaluations occured throughout the whole first semester of this professional experience. It is critical to note that these interventions in project purpose did not negatively impact the final result of this project. Rather, they allowed the group to set a realistic and refined goal for themselves and reach a sense of finality.