Originally Posted by ess105
... What was Badgerman's complaint is merely features of the system ...
Any technical product review might discuss features & functions, and their attendant benefits or deficiencies
. There’s not much point in listing a product’s features, without discussing the favorable or unfavourable aspects of the feature.
Critical analysis of a product’s features, is merely applying rational and logical thinking to product evaluation. When we think critically we are being active; we are not passively accepting everything we read and hear, but questioning, evaluating, making judgements, finding connections and categorising. It means being open to other points of view, and not being blinded by our own biases.
A example of a PVC Product’s FFB:
Titanium Dioxide Content
Titanium Dioxide is a coloring pigment that gives Fypon PVC
its brilliant white color. The pigment scatters and absorbs ultraviolet
radiation from sunlight, converts it to heat and shields the organic
polymer from degradation.
Fypon PVC will retain its brilliant white color without the need to protect the surface with paint
. Exposed surfaces are not prone to chalking.
The addition of Titanium Dioxide increases the cost of the product.
is any aspect, element, or part of a product. It is also the name given to that element.
is what the feature does.
is the positive outcome the user will enjoy from the feature.
is the negative outcome the user will suffer from the feature.