Product specifications can be used for all product types including apparel, electrical and hard goods, juvenile products and toys.
One attempt to describe this iterative development of the PDS uses the spiral design model, as shown in Figure 4.
Everything else is going to have to wait its turn. You need to completely redo your checkout process. A common concern arises when goods go from pre-production to the production phase or when additional orders are placed to refill store shelves.
Designs — what does the solution look like? Inevitably, the parts of the PDS you consider important depend on your viewpoint and purpose.
The market need is defined by the PDS which evolves with the product, starting out as the expression of often only a vague idea but gradually increasing in complexity and detail as the product design takes shape. Other questions to ask here: Are a lot of customers asking for this?
Bureau Veritas can work with you to establish the parameters of your product specifications and automatically create the appropriate document to meet your screening and Reasonable Testing Program requirements.
Figure 4 A spiral design model of PDS development Long description Here the idea of needing to reconsider the three areas of product shape, material properties and process capability is repeated. Are they easily able to find buttons?