As I write this post, we are feverishly working on our presentation for higher-ups at Premera on Thursday, as well as the final report on our design process. Our initial presentation went quite well, and we got some great feedback; as a gigantic group, the rules apply to us a bit differently, so we’re making sure we’re able to get everything across without the presentation seeming to go on for too long.
We came together Thursday to put a concerted effort into consolidating all of our feedback and implementing it, and we’re working now on refining our visual presentation, writing our report, and rehearsing so that we can give a presentation that seems put together and well-thought-out. It’s a hectic time, and there honestly isn’t a huge amount to write prior to finishing those things, unfortunately. The following is from a presentation rough draft, and in no way represents our final presentation, but is a concise summary of our proposed (combined) review system:
This post, short as it is, marks the final entry into our process blog. We of Group 2 would like to sincerely thank you for reading through it, and encourage you to seek us out if you have any questions or would like clarification on anything that has been posted here. Our full names, again, are:
- Acacio Domar
- Stuart Giles
- Zhenxi Mi
- Fen (Joy) Xie
By the time you are reading this, you should be able to find our contact information on the University of Washington Master’s of Human-Computer Interaction + Design (MHCI+D) website, in our individual profiles.
Thank you again for taking the time to read about our process!