Put together a document in which you evaluate your design solution against the requirements of your PDS ( a classroom chair suitable for tall tables). The evaluation must also include suggestions for improving the design so that where there are problems in meeting the requirements of the PDS these are resolved. If the design solution is ‘perfect’ and fully meets the PDS, then improvements could involve adapting the design in order to reduce manufacturing costs.
You should aim to write at least 1000 words to achieve the level of detail required for this task.
Make sure that your PDS has statements in it against which you can make comparisons. For example, do the dimensions of the product conform to the size that has been specified?
A good design evaluation considers positives and negatives as well as making and overall judgment on whether the design is fit for purpose.