What’s Your Brand?

A brand is arguably one of the most important components to any business endeavor. Your task is to create “your brand” for whatever business it is that you desire. Some examples include: clothing company, business, social media brand, construction, or even personal brand. Once developed and designed you will create a prototype of your brand on a form of media of your choice. This could be either a decal sticker or an article of clothing.

part 1:

The designing process of your brand should include:

  • The business idea
  • 50 design sketches
  • 10 variations of prototype
  • Finalized rendering
  • Final design in CAD format


part 2:

On your Edublog, you have to publish your idea to the public. Your Edublog Post titled “My Brand” should include the following information:

  • What is your brand designated for?
  • Who is your brand designated for?
  • Your brand’s slogan
  • A jpeg of your final design
  • Your posted brand

Autodesk Inventor Edublog Post Criteria



DDA 10 – Inventor 3D Project

Edublog Post

An important part of any design project is the documentation of process. This is crucial in order to help: build a portfolio, record your steps and procedures, re-assess and reevaluate during the prototyping stage, etc. You will be responsible for creating a blog post that discusses and highlights your project.

Please complete an individual blog post that includes the following components:      

  1. Research and sketches
  2. Orthographic projection
  3. 3D part file screenshot
  4. 3D prototype

Post Reflection Rubric

Does not meet 1 Minimally meets 2 Fully meets 3 Exceeds 4
Media No pictures. Picture included. Several pictures included. Pictures for all components
Summary of description No captions or descriptions Point form captions or descriptions for each stage Full sentence describing the design stage Full description – up to a paragraph – of the pictured design stage
Components Blog post only mentions of the components Blog post contains 2 of 4 components Blog post contains 3 of 4 components Blog post contains 4 of 4 components

Due: April. 27, 2017