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## D3P: Final Presentation
During the Finals time slot, each team will give a short (5-10 minute) presentation on their design project.
**Since we are no longer meeting in person, please review updated instructions posted as a Canvas announcement for details on how to create and upload a video recording of your presentation.**
~~During the Finals time slot, each team will give a short (5-10 minute) presentation on their design project.~~
This assignment is worth 5 points.
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**Due:**
- **MW Section**: Presentations will be on Wednesday, March 18. Slides due by 10:15am.
- **TR Section**: Presentations will be on Monday, March 16. Slides due by 8:15am.
- **MW Section**: Presentation videos should be uploaded to Canvas by March 18, 1:30pm.
- ~~Presentations will be on Wednesday, March 18. Slides due by 10:15am.~~
- **TR Section**: Presentation videos should be uploaded to Canvas by March 16, 11:15am.
- ~~Presentations will be on Monday, March 16. Slides due by 8:15am.~~
**Turn In Directions:**
_Upload a `.ppt`, `.pptx`, or `.pdf` file with your presentation in it to Canvas._
Your slides MUST be in PDF or PowerPoint format. No, you absolutely may NOT present from Google Slides or Prezi or any other online service.
Post a video presentation to Canvas in the designated discussion forum. See canvas announcement for details.
_Note 3/15: You do not need to turn in your slides in advance since I do not need to load them on the class computer. Also, you may use any slide software you want (including Google Slides, Prezi, etc.) since, again, I do not need to be able to load them on the classroom computer :)_
~~_Upload a `.ppt`, `.pptx`, or `.pdf` file with your presentation in it to Canvas._~~
~~Your slides MUST be in PDF or PowerPoint format. No, you absolutely may NOT present from Google Slides or Prezi or any other online service.~~
~~Everyone will present off of the computer in the room. It does not support dual displays.~~
Everyone will present off of the computer in the room. It does not support dual displays.
### D3P: Specification / Requirements
You should prepare your presentation as a human-centered design case study.
Do not feel compelled to focus on every single thing you did, instead _tell us a story_ about your _process_ that helps us understand how you arrived at your final _result_, and has a clear takeaway for the audience (e.g., our design is good, our design needs work, we realized we solved the wrong problem, etc.). Your takeaway does not have to be "positive" about your work to be high quality or deserving of a good grade.
Do not feel compelled to focus on every single thing you did, instead _tell us a story_ about your _process_ that helps us understand how you arrived at your final _result_, and has a clear takeaway for the audience (e.g., our design is good, our design needs work, we realized we solved the wrong problem, etc.). Your takeaway does not have to be "positive" about your work to be high quality or deserving of a good grade. You do not need to cover _everything_ you did or all aspects of your design. Pick one important point you can realistically make in 5 minutes.
You should review [Designing Case Studies: Showcasing a Human-Centered Design Process](https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2015/02/designing-case-studies-human-centered-design-process/) for guidance.
You might review [Designing Case Studies: Showcasing a Human-Centered Design Process](https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2015/02/designing-case-studies-human-centered-design-process/) for guidance & ideas.
**All team members should participate in the presentation.**
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<h2 id="d3p-final-presentation">D3P: Final Presentation</h2>
<p>During the Finals time slot, each team will give a short (5-10 minute) presentation on their design project.</p>
<p><strong>Since we are no longer meeting in person, please review updated instructions posted as a Canvas announcement for details on how to create and upload a video recording of your presentation.</strong></p>
<p><del>During the Finals time slot, each team will give a short (5-10 minute) presentation on their design project.</del></p>
<p>This assignment is worth 5 points.</p>
<h3 id="d3p-logistics">D3P: Logistics</h3>
<p><strong>Assigned &amp; Discussed in Class:</strong> Week 9</p>
<p><strong>Due:</strong></p>
<ul>
<li><strong>MW Section</strong>: Presentations will be on Wednesday, March 18. Slides due by 10:15am.</li>
<li><strong>TR Section</strong>: Presentations will be on Monday, March 16. Slides due by 8:15am.</li>
<li><strong>MW Section</strong>: Presentation videos should be uploaded to Canvas by March 18, 1:30pm.
<ul>
<li><del>Presentations will be on Wednesday, March 18. Slides due by 10:15am.</del></li>
</ul>
<p><strong>Turn In Directions:</strong>
<em>Upload a <code>.ppt</code>, <code>.pptx</code>, or <code>.pdf</code> file with your presentation in it to Canvas.</em></p>
<p>Your slides MUST be in PDF or PowerPoint format. No, you absolutely may NOT present from Google Slides or Prezi or any other online service.</p>
<p>Everyone will present off of the computer in the room. It does not support dual displays.</p>
</li>
<li><strong>TR Section</strong>: Presentation videos should be uploaded to Canvas by March 16, 11:15am.
<ul>
<li><del>Presentations will be on Monday, March 16. Slides due by 8:15am.</del></li>
</ul>
</li>
</ul>
<p><strong>Turn In Directions:</strong></p>
<p>Post a video presentation to Canvas in the designated discussion forum. See canvas announcement for details.</p>
<p><em>Note 3/15: You do not need to turn in your slides in advance since I do not need to load them on the class computer. Also, you may use any slide software you want (including Google Slides, Prezi, etc.) since, again, I do not need to be able to load them on the classroom computer :)</em></p>
<p><del>_Upload a <code>.ppt</code>, <code>.pptx</code>, or <code>.pdf</code> file with your presentation in it to Canvas._</del></p>
<p><del>Your slides MUST be in PDF or PowerPoint format. No, you absolutely may NOT present from Google Slides or Prezi or any other online service.</del></p>
<p><del>Everyone will present off of the computer in the room. It does not support dual displays.</del></p>
<h3 id="d3p-specification--requirements">D3P: Specification / Requirements</h3>
<p>You should prepare your presentation as a human-centered design case study.</p>
<p>Do not feel compelled to focus on every single thing you did, instead <em>tell us a story</em> about your <em>process</em> that helps us understand how you arrived at your final <em>result</em>, and has a clear takeaway for the audience (e.g., our design is good, our design needs work, we realized we solved the wrong problem, etc.). Your takeaway does not have to be &ldquo;positive&rdquo; about your work to be high quality or deserving of a good grade.</p>
<p>You should review <a href="https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2015/02/designing-case-studies-human-centered-design-process/">Designing Case Studies: Showcasing a Human-Centered Design Process</a> for guidance.</p>
<p>Do not feel compelled to focus on every single thing you did, instead <em>tell us a story</em> about your <em>process</em> that helps us understand how you arrived at your final <em>result</em>, and has a clear takeaway for the audience (e.g., our design is good, our design needs work, we realized we solved the wrong problem, etc.). Your takeaway does not have to be &ldquo;positive&rdquo; about your work to be high quality or deserving of a good grade. You do not need to cover <em>everything</em> you did or all aspects of your design. Pick one important point you can realistically make in 5 minutes.</p>
<p>You might review <a href="https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2015/02/designing-case-studies-human-centered-design-process/">Designing Case Studies: Showcasing a Human-Centered Design Process</a> for guidance &amp; ideas.</p>
<p><strong>All team members should participate in the presentation.</strong></p>
<h3 id="d3p-grading">D3P: Grading</h3>
<p><a href="https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HSF9Wza0G7hAEumCyS7SSGBReXgMLFzN/view?usp=sharing">Presentation Rubric - D3P</a></p>
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