Final Presentation Requirements

In your final presentation, you will be presenting your process, craft and conclusions made during the project Sara’s Glove. This will be a group presentation. Each person in the group must talk, what each person talks about is up to the group.

Images for the presentation must be presented in slides, along with any video. If you need help embedding video is a slide reach out to me or someone in the Hybrid Lab. All talking points must be spoken, either from memory or with or without notes. DO NOT put text you are speaking on the slides. If you must use text, use one word, a key-phrase or a title for a prototype or observation. Example: on an¬†image that shows the making of prototype one, you could title the slide “Prototype 1: button placement”. Place callouts or titles somewhere out of the way.

What to include in presentation:

  1. Introduction of Team
  2. Brief description of project

Prototype 1

  1. Observations made from videos and chats with Sarah Рuse images or video stills or demonstrate action to communicate. Clearly state the action/problem you focused on for your prototype.
  2. The solution your team designed (prototype 1)
  3. Process of making prototype 1, showing craft and material choices
  4. Feedback you received from Cortney, Sara, and Melissa
  5. Final photos or video clip of prototype 1 working

Prototype 2

  1. New observations from feedback/videos and chat
  2. The design changes you made to prototype 1 and why
  3. Process of making prototype 2, showing craft and material choices
  4. Feedback you received from Cortney, Sara, and Melissa
  5. Final steps for concluding prototype 2
  6. Demo of prototype 2 working

What you learned from the experience. Each person in the team must state one thing they learned from working with Sara, Cortney and Melissa.