5036MAA Differentiate between creative tools and quantitative techniques, where appropriate, to establish innovative solutions;
Module Learning Outcomes Assessed:
Systematically break a problem to include consideration of the environment, sustainability, health and safety, risk assessment, customer and user needs, aesthetics, cost, codes of practice, and industry standards;
Illustrate awareness of the nature of intellectual property and understanding of using technical literature and other information sources;
Differentiate between creative tools and quantitative techniques, where appropriate, to establish innovative solutions;
Employ diagnostic techniques to the design process and evaluate outcomes and performance of systems and components, through the use of analytical methods and/or modeling techniques;
Practice effective project management techniques within individual and group work and communicate effectively through written and verbal presentation.