The Design Process is a free resource to help teachers (non-specialists included) bring engineering into the classroom.
The teacher's pack contains five lesson plans, worksheets and supporting information, explaining how the lessons relate to design engineering at Dyson.
Download all the worksheets and certificates from the teacher's pack for easy copying and distribution amongst your class.
Learn more about James's story and hear from Dyson engineers on the various stages of the design process and the part their jobs play in it.
An introduction to James Dyson and his invention of the first bagless vacuum.
What makes a design engineer?
These key characteristics can make design engineers good at their jobs.
How I became a design engineer
Dyson engineers talk about how they got into engineering and their jobs today.
Product analysis: What am I?
Design engineers use the Dyson Air Multiplier™ fan to create a balloon run.
Developing Air Multiplier™ technology
Understand the technology behind the Dyson Air Multiplier™ bladeless fan.
Understand the importance of sketching and how it is used at Dyson.
Understand how cardboard can be used to prototype products and ideas.
Dyson does it: Build
Learn about how CAD, rapid prototyping and injection moulding are used to build Dyson machines.
Dyson does it: Test
See robot testing and human testing in action on Dyson machines
Elementary School Teacher
Use these informative posters to support your lessons.