Week 16

Week 16 – Topics

Final Comments (we will do this in class)  Click here to submit comments
Final Project presentations: You must attend the final day of class and present your final project in order to receive a grade.

1. Review the Project Objectives & Goals

Be sure that your final project conveys the perception you’re going for… make any needed changes or revisions.

Perception: Affordable, Current, Savvy, Credible, Leading Edge, Reliable, Accredited, Approachable, Friendly, Personable, Knowledgeable, Expert, Cutting Edge Technology, Innovative, Hip, Open, Welcoming, Positive, Diverse, Inclusive

Goals for the Design Technology Department website

  • Enhance recruitment and the awareness of the Design Technology department by highlighting the AET campus, the relevancy of the programs, (Entertainment Technology, Graphic Design, Interior Architectural Design) and showcase the work of the students.
  • Create a sense of community where students, prospective students, faculty and alumni can keep informed and involved with the Design Technology department.
  • Focus attention on career placement and networking for students and on building a community of alumni who remain active with their respective programs.

Can I find the following easily on your final project website?

  • Student Gallery
  • Events (Calendar)
  • Jobs
  • Alumni
  • Social Media
  • Student Clubs
  • Contact info
  • Location of the AET
2. All Deliverables for the Final Project must be completed by our final class on December 15.

Deliverable: 10-12 page WordPress site
Deliverable: Mobile Web/App Design Prototype

Deliverable: All supporting deliverables from Weeks 1-8
Deliverable: Screencast presentation of project

Final Presentations – Thursday, December 15, 6:30pm

Keep these things in mind when working on your presentation

  • Every team will have approximately 15 minutes plus a 5 minute Q & A
  • Every team member must speak during the presentation.
  • Be sure to stand up when possible and project your voice. I want to be able to hear you from the back of the room!
  • Have an outline of the nformation your team is presenting. Practice! Tell a story. Good presentations are about good storytelling. (You can use the screencast to practice, but you will do your presentation live)

Be sure you cover the six things I outlined below. While going through the six points, focus on the “story.” Do not merely click through the pages of the site… give us context for your work!

  1.  What where the objectives (problems and issues) for the project? What did the client (The Design Technology Department) want for the redesign? What about the students?
  2. How did your team solve these problems and issues through your design?
  3. Be sure to show some documentation (but not all, remember you only have 15 minutes!): personas, sitemaps, wireframes etc. Make it part of the story you’re telling.
  4. Talk about the competitive analysis and what you discovered there.
  5. How did you select the color palette and the layout for the site?
  6. The prototype for the SMC mobile Web/App must be a part of your presentation.

Team 1 – Studio Wired
Don Baggett
Leah Bisch
Jennifer James (Team leader)
Becky Nelson

Team 2 – Sinch Design
Tommy Cannon
Luis Mendoza
Eric Oxenberg (Team leader)
Phil Rubio

Team 3 –  MYBF Media
Yousef Al Nasef
Bridget Howard
Max Macapagal (Team leader)
Felix Montanez

Team 4 – Hunger Design
Kristine Norby
Justin Savella
Casey Sullivan  (Team leader)
Ernie Tran

Team 5 – Creative Mix
Sarah Luna (Team leader)
Jessica McKinney
Nat Meza
Maria Nyren


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