Week 10 Class: Practice Presentations

Don’t show the dead ends in the project No precedents Research – 2 minutes Will be standing, 3 people panel sitting down Include target audience Talk over videos, explain what is happening in the video or talk to it I need to ask Adelaide Rd urgent care if I could film in their space ReportContinue reading “Week 10 Class: Practice Presentations”

Week 10: Practice Presentation preparation

A rough mockup of slides for practice presentation, definitely didn’t cover everything I wanted to show but what I had time for. Presentation Script so far: An empty urgent care waiting room, with no wait time. Unheard of. For many it certainly is, and at first glance people can usually decipher the status of theContinue reading “Week 10: Practice Presentation preparation”

Week 10: Colour Palette/ Font exploration

https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Epilogue?category=Sans+Serif,Display&vfonly=true&sidebar.open=true&selection.family=Poppins Primary: Epilogue typeface Secondary: Poppins typeface This screenshot below shows Epilogue typeface as header and Poppins typeface as body copy. Swap Epilogue round with Poppins: Colour experimentation:

Week 10: Presentation Workshop with Ant

Intro, Body, Conclusion3. 1. 2. Problem: Design issue through this topic eg. accessibility using typography history using sequential narrative Central proposition reflects this ↑↑ Presentation should SHOW us your project not just tell – use images and quotes (testing, stressed person in waiting room) BODY: Central proposition/ How might we/ What IfDesign issue and topicContinue reading “Week 10: Presentation Workshop with Ant”

Week 10: Paper Prototype 1

User Journey A user journey describes the pages and elements that a user interacts with as they navigate towards their goal Usually applied to a user persona, which is a representation of a potential user. A persona is used to answer the question: “who are we designing for?” It is used as a consistent measureContinue reading “Week 10: Paper Prototype 1”

Week 10: Reassurance

Reassurance may be cognitive or affective. Affective reassurance comes from the way: we behave; calm, assured, confident, kind and gentle. Eye contact Appropriate touch, a hug even. The way we dress – smart but not overly formal The way we move; at ease, but not slovenly, can be reassuring to patients. The way we arrange chairsContinue reading “Week 10: Reassurance”

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