Some articles on design, standard, standards:
... For more design details, see Boeing 747-400, 747-8, and 747SP ... as an option on the 747-100B variant and later as standard on the 747-300 ... triple-slotted flaps that minimize landing speeds and allow the 747 to use standard-length runways ...
... According to the DoD the MIL-STD-188–300 Series contains “communications system standards and design objectives applicable to the field of long haul and ...
... Also, rather than the standard light towers, Shea had lamps along its upper reaches, like a convoy of semis with their brights on, which gave the field that unique high-wattage glow ... The design also allowed for Shea Stadium to be expandable to 90,000 seats (by completely enclosing the grandstand), or to be later enclosed by a dome if warranted ...
... "Process design" (in contrast to "design process" mentioned above) refers to the planning of routine steps of a process aside from the expected result ... (in general) are treated as a product of design, not the method of design ... information age, consultants and executives have found the term useful to describe the design of business processes as well as manufacturing processes ...
... Play, Direction of a Musical, Book of a Musical, Original Score, Choreography, Costume Design, Lighting Design and Scenic Design ...
Famous quotes containing the words standards, technical and/or design:
“Chief among our gains must be reckoned this possibility of choice, the recognition of many possible ways of life, where other civilizations have recognized only one. Where other civilizations give a satisfactory outlet to only one temperamental type, be he mystic or soldier, business man or artist, a civilization in which there are many standards offers a possibility of satisfactory adjustment to individuals of many different temperamental types, of diverse gifts and varying interests.”
—Margaret Mead (19011978)
“In middle life, the human back is spoiling for a technical knockout and will use the flimsiest excuse, even a sneeze, to fall apart.”
—E.B. (Elwyn Brooks)
A design for living
Deeper into matter
Not without due patter
Of a great misgiving.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)