Here is a guide to how to properly cite online research materials: An Article in an Online Scholarly Journal Example: Wheelis, Mark. “Investigating Disease Outbreaks Under a Protocol to the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention.” Emerging Infectious Diseases 6.6 (2000): 33 pars. 8 May 2006 http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/eid/vol6no6/wheelis.htm>. Online scholarly journals must include: Author Article title Journal… Read more »
Here is an example of a final project for DR2008 from 2015: Bestow: http://q-less.wixsite.com/bestow This group project was a design for a speculative device that would allow people to share, record and pass on recipes for home cooked dishes between generations.
This is a useful exercise that you can use to “act out” the user experience of your final projects. While you’re developing your projects, try this exercise to help you identify overlooked aspects in your design: https://dschool.stanford.edu/groups/k12/wiki/48c54/Bodystorming.html
By this time, you should have a title and description of your project that addresses a need or problem. Describe your solution clearly. You should review the research and interviews you conducted and summarize your findings. Ask yourself what were the conclusions and what did you learn that was unexpected? How do your findings effect, refine… Read more »
Let’s revisit some of the fundamental principles that Donald Norman introduced at the beginning of the semester. As you become immersed in your final projects, it’ll be useful to reflect and remind yourselves of these concepts. User Centered Design should make sure that: The user can figure out what to do. The user can tell… Read more »
DR2008 Final Project Evaluation Guidelines The final project is a moving image presentation and narrative proof of concept for an original idea for a screen-based experience. You or your group will each be giving a presentation of 20 minutes on your project using a combination of media including (but not limited to) images, text, movies and… Read more »