Assignment 05.08: Senior Project Presentation


The goal of this assign­ment is to develop a cre­ate pol­ished ver­sions of the mul­ti­me­dia, multi-for­mat design solution.


The objec­tive of this assign­ment us to pro­duce a draft ver­sion of a com­plete set of all arti­facts or ele­ments for the intended project. The set should have a min­i­mum of one pol­ished ver­sion to serve as a rep­re­sen­ta­tive draft of final group. This is the sec­ond of three assign­ments related to pro­duc­ing a senior project.

Background Reading

  • Design research
  • explo­ration and brainstorming
  • Senior Project Proposal


This assign­ment is intended to quan­tify the revi­sion stage of the project. There is no replace­ment for mak­ing and cri­tiquing as many ver­sions as needed to develop a final design solu­tion. Based on pre­vi­ous assign­ments and com­ments, begin to build out the pro­posed project.

Part One

Develop all nec­es­sary mock­ups of the key fea­tures, arti­facts and/or expe­ri­ences planned for the project. This stage focuses on think­ing about each por­tion of the project and cre­at­ing a solu­tion for each. Forms, media and out­put will dif­fer for each stu­dent, but should reflect the size, scope and needs of the project. Some ele­ments can still be in draft stage, but those should items that are dif­fi­cult or expen­sive to pro­duce in their final form (ie videos, or prod­ucts), but should be mocked up is cheaper, more avail­able simulations.

Part Two

Make note of all com­ments dur­ing the cri­tiques related to this stage. Make a plan to address each of the com­ments, includ­ing solv­ing any con­fus­ing aspects, or strength­en­ing solid deci­sions. These top­ics will be addressed in the next project in the senior project sequence.


  • The fol­low­ing rubric posted on D2L will deter­mine assign­ment score: Assign­ment 01.02: Senior Project Development


Print and video pro­duc­tion, delivery


Senior Project Pro­posal, Appro­pri­ate soft­ware, client con­tent, pho­tog­ra­phy, video


As defined by cor­re­spond­ing cal­en­dar item, drop­box, dis­cus­sion or con­tent topic description.