Form: Before coming up with form, I think I have to define what kind of functions will have in designed product. Because form follows function. But that doesn’t mean the form is not important as function. Form is one of the important design aspects in designing because through form, it could attract people and it's the first thing that meet users. My future design product will be focus on children with autism, so it will have a form that is easy to handle for kids, small, and safe.
Function: function is what connects users to the product; which means it has to interact with each other. Since I am doing on autism, I want to look from their perspective, help them to adapt in environment more successfully. For now, I’m thinking towards teaching autistic children how to show or learn about emotions. Anyways, function is needed and sometimes many of functions it has are better. But I want to focus in one or two functions only in one product since many functions could distract them.
Cost: I particularly want to go for low-tech so everyone can afford it. I think people who can afford high-tech, expensive, can get anything they want for their kids with autism. But then what about family who cannot support their loving autistic child?
Material: I think designers must consider how the materials affects the environments and our health. Also, coming up with new material is important as material itself is a part of design.