Formatting refers to the appearance or presentation of the proposal.
Use of headings and subheadings.
The organization of individual paragraphs.
Document is to be written in 3rd person passive. (NO PERSONAL PRONOUNS)
Includes photographs, drawings and analytical graphics.
Completion of information
Typically included in a document longer than ten pages. Previews the work contained and allows audience to seek specific information.
One to multiple paragraphs explaining importance of project management, reasons and goals of summary and limitations. It gives audience the report's purpose, scope and context necessary to understand the detailed information in the rest of the report.
Provides a complete overview of the team
Summarizes and evaluates your summary of the Engineering Design Process.
Project design specifications and constraints.
Applications of mathematics, chemistry, biology, physical science, nanotechnology, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, civil engineering, etc. incorporated into your solution.
Summary of pertinent expert/academic research and patent research.
Marketing Research 4.1
Summary of interviews, surveys, focus groups, observations completed or will be completed
Chart visually and textually represent project schedule
The conclusion summarizes the learning of each section.
Appendices are a brilliant way to incorporate material required in the document but not of the same format.