Keep a record
Describe the design process
If you’re producing an artefact, you should keep a notebook – sometimes called a log book, diary or journal – which will act as evidence of what you’ve done. It often includes several visual elements, such as sketches or technical drawings, and could also include interactive elements such as film.
Depending on what you create, it may also include a computer database. The written elements usually include:
- Original design brief: what is the problem your artefact will solve?
- Conclusion: an evaluation of your final product and your learning.