Week 14. Final Demonstration 20%

Type

1.     Demonstration and interview

a.     Individual

b.     8 min each

*Students are required to demonstrate their completed project and ready to have a short interview about the project.

Goal

To assess

1.     the students’ competence in designing interactive digital products, environment, systems, and services

2.     and the use of usability concepts in appreciating, using and building interactive solutions for a range of interactive applications in physical computing

Assessment Criteria

Objectivity

Mark

1.     Design

 

a.   The project is completed and works fine with an additional function or enhanced input/output signal processing.

10

b.   The project is completed and works fine as planned or had a minor rearrangement to solve the technical issues.

9

c.   The project is completed and works fine with one or more omitted or degraded algorithm or component.

7

d.   The project is developed as planned but it doesn’t work.

6

e.   The student is absent for final demo though the project was in good progress

5

f.    The student is absent for final demo without any appropriate detail on the project

0

2.     Usability

 

a.   The project tells what it is for, is doing, is going to happen to the user.

10

b.   The project tells the way how it works but still, additional help is necessary to inform the way how it works.

9

c.   The project informs the way how it works but it doesn’t make sense to user.

8

d.   The project informs the way how it works but it is wrong.

7

e.   The project informs nothing about the way how it works.

5

f.    The student is absent for final demo

0

Due & Submission

Date; October 2, 2017

BE CAREFUL!! Final Project Submission for Interaction Design (MMA2013) trim 1710 will be closed on 8th October 2017 11:59 pm.


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