The final presentation we had to do consisted of 20 slides, 20 seconds per slide. I carried on my presentation from the last one I did, giving everything a summary still. The overall feedback I got at the end was extremely positive. It was emphasised how I have used the research from my dissertation and applied it to all of my other projects since doing it. Another good point was that all of my projects show a link between each other, that no project stood out on its own. Judging from all of this, I feel I have managed to accomplish a lot throughout this year, and apply a lot of what I have learnt into my projects as I went along. I feel I couldn’t have done much more to everything in my work, and from the positive feedback I have got from everyone, it is evident I have put in a lot of hard work and effort to hopefully get the grades I have worked hard to get.
We were given the opportunity to present what we had done so far in our projects to a group of people. Despite not having finished the product, anything we still had to do, we had to explain what our next steps were.
I was really pleased with how my presentation went; although I had to cut a lot of information out, people appeared to understand the concept of my design, and how I got there. The feedback I got I was able to construct well with also. I agreed with all of the advice, and I had taken them on board. For example, I tried to explain well how my design is different to anything else in my PDF’s.
I had looked at some app designs, but this was not presented in the presentation as I did not have enough room, and therefore that was risky in helping people to understand by development of research. I did like the idea of presenting a tutorial, and I had written a paragraph explaining this in one of my previous blog posts, to show people how to work the app.
The photography aspect I had not yet done when presenting my project. And although I took on board what one of the feedback suggestions was saying, I felt it was still appropriate to use a clear background to present my product at its best.