Below are the guidelines for your final projects and final presentations in Major Studio: Interface.
Finals Projects are due on December 16
Final Papers Must be submitted by December 22
Good academic resources to search for papers for your bibliography are the following:
1. You need to present your project on at least THREE delivery platforms: Interactive Installation or Performance, Website, Paper, Video Scenario.
2. The design questions of your project should ideally be a continuation of ideas that you have explored in this studio.
3. What is the BIG Idea that underlies your project and its documentation?
4. What kinds of conclusions have you reached?
5. Can your project be exhibited in a public arena? If not, try to create your work so that it can become public.
6. If your project is interactive, what user feedback have you gotten from testing? If your project is NOT interactive, what results do you hope to gather from the experience of your project? What reactions have you gotten from people experiencing it?
Your Project Must Include any of the following: Installation, Project, Interface, Software, Hardware,
Design, Prototype, Model, Scenario of Interaction, Artwork, etc….
All projects must be accompanied by a 4 page document that explains the project with at least 3 precedents of other work to back up and support your idea.
Papers must be formatted in the CHI publications format. You can download the template file here:
Final Projects Slides: 10 Slides Max for Final Presentations: 15-20 minutes per presentation
Slide 1. Title of project, your name
Slide 2. Problem Statement
Slide 3. Precedents: at least 3 – explain why your project is different or the same as them
Slide 4. Initial Prototype
Slide 5. Final Version.
Slide 6. User reactions / Feedback from testing
Slide 7. Conclusions on project from User Feedback
Slide 8. Future Ideas for projects – Future Directions.
Slide 9. Questions / Comments Slide?
Slide 10. Last Slide with your name and project title / web URL on it..