"I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious" - Albert Einstein

Design Summative

My greatest success was having the idea of making a slide on the two sides of my product which enables the upper part move smoothly up and down.

My greatest obstacle was to make the two sides stand straight and steady.

Skills I learned are to use TABS (the L shape cardboard ) to make the cardboard stand and connected.

Something I learned about myself is it is easy for me to do things so fast that I can’t notice detail.

Something I like to change was not to make my product’s two walls thick because that wasted too much time.

My product relates to the real world because I got my idea of designing a crab shell cracker from a walnut cracker.

One feedback is ” you spend too much time on cutting your walls out, bruh” .

One advice I give is the bigger your product is, the longer time you spend.

It is a success because I made all the things that I imagined before making.

It is not a success because I didn’t get to put a spring on it so it can’t really work.

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