Design and Technology

Design and Technology


The Design and Technology application provides students with a new way to learn, work and prepare for tests and exams in many areas of Design and Technology. Study on the bus, in your home or in school without the need to carry your books. You can even listen to your music at the same time.

If you are in KS3, currently working on your GCSE coursework or an A Level student this application will provide you with key information in the palm of your hand. If you are studying Systems and Control, Product Design, Electronic Products, Graphic Products, Food Technology or Resistant Materials this application includes information on materials, processing techniques, industrial processes, health and safety, legislation, electronics, production techniques, electronic components, circuits, structures, tools & equipment, mechanisms, packaging, drawing techniques and many more topics relevant in all of these subject areas.

If you are struggling with coursework (Controlled Assessment) then the coursework guidance provides details and hints of what you could include in your own work combined with examples of students work to give you ideas. Follow the layout, structure and guidance to ensure your coursework is concise and includes all the relevant information to be successful at GCSE level.

For a full list of all the current available features please visit the web site www.dtapp.info

Look out for version 2.0 in the near future and the inclusion of revision quizzes.
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About Design and Technology
The Design and Technology application provides students with a new way to learn, work and prepare for tests and exams in many areas of Design and Technology. Study on the bus, in your home or in school without the need to carry your books. You can even listen to your music at the same time.

If you are in KS3, currently working on your GCSE coursework or an A Level student this application will provide you with key information in the palm of your hand. If you are studying Systems and Control, Product Design, Electronic Products, Graphic Products, Food Technology or Resistant Materials this application includes information on materials, processing techniques, industrial processes, health and safety, legislation, electronics, production techniques, electronic components, circuits, structures, tools & equipment, mechanisms, packaging, drawing techniques and many more topics relevant in all of these subject areas.

If you are struggling with coursework (Controlled Assessment) then the coursework guidance provides details and hints of what you could include in your own work combined with examples of students work to give you ideas. Follow the layout, structure and guidance to ensure your coursework is concise and includes all the relevant information to be successful at GCSE level.

For a full list of all the current available features please visit the web site www.dtapp.info

Look out for version 2.0 in the near future and the inclusion of revision quizzes.

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A Google User
Jul 17, 2014
Will not work Can't launch the app, no way to get a refund.
A Google User
May 13, 2014
Samsung galaxy s4 Was great to start off with but now wont open so just a waist of money really
A Google User
Apr 23, 2014
Doesn't work!! Won't open once installed!! Wasted £2, thanks.
A Google User
Jun 9, 2013
Very good Overall this is a good app but there some minor errors such as the text overlapping. If animation is used to explain topics such as printing then 5* but for now 4*.
A Google User
Mar 18, 2013
Not worth £2 Not enough on the app to make it cost £2. Needs more aspects like tests, search option to easily find what you are looking for, better flow when navigating (slow atm) ect. It does have a good amount of information on it but thats the only good point with the current version. If the issues above are addressed it will be a worthwhile app.