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Coursework
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• Conduct Research –
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1. Research your chosen area with a small scale literature review.
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2. Conduct research with your audience / user group / organization / campaign. This might explore their needs, desires and concerns. And their aims, purpose and services if an organisation.
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3. Research and analyse comparable or related projects and examples.
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Use appropriate research methods. Examples include: conducting interviews, literature reviews (do not use surveys).
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Log your research on a group blog which will form the basis of your research journal.
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• Create a Design Brief –
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Write a design brief based on your research and analysis.
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Outline the context you are addressing and researching
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This is a progression point. You may only continue to the next activity if the lecturer decides your design brief is of a high enough standard.
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• Create a Prototype –
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Prototype a design / project based on your design brief, test it, iterate your design and document its final form as a hi-fidelity prototype.
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How will your prototype / project be used?
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• Write a Report –
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Write a prototype report describing your design processes and  final prototype.  Discuss how this prototype meets the design brief you have created and the iterative process you have engaged in.
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Presentation
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• Create a Graphic Display –
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Create a graphic display / poster/s of appropriate size, layout and content to accompany the presentation of your prototype. Consider the relationship between your prototype, documentation and the graphic display.
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• Document the Prototype –
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Create appropriate and effective documentation of your prototype. You will use the documentation in your presentation.
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• Present and demo your prototype – Present and demo your prototype and graphic display.
  
  

Revision as of 10:33, 16 January 2019

Semester 2 - Society and Technology Diagnosing the Digital Present

Coursework Blackboard. Thursday Apr. 4th | 14:00 Presentation Apr. 10th

Assignment Overview

What important issues impact the current relationship between Society and Technology? Which of these issues matter to you? In groups of three or four research and create a hi-fidelity prototype that explores your chosen area. You should aim for your final prototype / project and documentation to be a platform and showcase for your creative skills.

Example approaches:

Creating a prototype that supports an organisation such as a charity, community interest group or company that is working in or associated with your defined area of interest.

Creating a prototype that supports a campaign or movement that is associated with your defined area of interest.

Creating a prototype that addresses a specific user group or audience that is associated with your defined area of interest:

Activities:

Coursework • Conduct Research – 1. Research your chosen area with a small scale literature review. 2. Conduct research with your audience / user group / organization / campaign. This might explore their needs, desires and concerns. And their aims, purpose and services if an organisation. 3. Research and analyse comparable or related projects and examples. Use appropriate research methods. Examples include: conducting interviews, literature reviews (do not use surveys). Log your research on a group blog which will form the basis of your research journal. • Create a Design Brief – Write a design brief based on your research and analysis. Outline the context you are addressing and researching This is a progression point. You may only continue to the next activity if the lecturer decides your design brief is of a high enough standard.

• Create a Prototype – Prototype a design / project based on your design brief, test it, iterate your design and document its final form as a hi-fidelity prototype. How will your prototype / project be used? • Write a Report – Write a prototype report describing your design processes and final prototype. Discuss how this prototype meets the design brief you have created and the iterative process you have engaged in. Presentation • Create a Graphic Display – Create a graphic display / poster/s of appropriate size, layout and content to accompany the presentation of your prototype. Consider the relationship between your prototype, documentation and the graphic display. • Document the Prototype – Create appropriate and effective documentation of your prototype. You will use the documentation in your presentation. • Present and demo your prototype – Present and demo your prototype and graphic display.


Groups

ID 2018 Group 1 (detective squirrel) Natasha Ball. Izzy Keller. Aimee Holdsworth. Catrina Liddell

ID 2018 Group 2 James Rees, Lana Elworthy, James Ray-Jeffers, Ben Wreford

ID 2018 Group 3 Harry Kessell, Mattie Carter, Josh Slater, Lukasz Smolinski

ID 2018 Group 4 Dominykas Barsauskas, Sofia Ferraro, Daniel Bate, Sam Speakman, Milen Minchev

ID 2018 Group 5 Ryan Avery, Alan Long, Saara Rautiainen, Ben Cairncross

ID 2018 Group 6 Brandon Sinclair, Dingcheng Huang, Bilal Alyas, Maria Eracleous, William Ofei

ID 2018 Group 7 (Lucky Llama) Cristiano Almeida, Hamse Hussein, Kelly Copas, Theng Yen Chen

ID 2018 Group 8 (The Bears) Nikki Hardy, Teodora Muresan, Sintija Linuza, Kezia Davies, Harry Havill

Semester 1 - Interacting with History: People, places and information sharing in contexts

Assignment Overview

In groups of four you will conduct design based research on interactive systems and educational tools that could be used to engage specific audiences with information about the recent history (1950-2018) of some aspect of Bristol. This includes the people and events related to the city and the physical city itself. You will then develop an interactive installation based on your chosen aspect of Bristol’s history to engage a specific audience at a museum, public space or other specific context in Bristol (such as M-Shed, We The Curious, Bristol Museum, Millennium Square etc,). In order to do this, you will carry out the following activities:

  • Activity 1 – Conduct design based research.
  • Activity 2 – Create a design brief and present it.
  • Activity 3 – Prototype a design solution, document it and present it
  • Activity 4 – Document your project using a group blog.

groups

ID 2018 Group 1 (detective squirrel) Natasha Ball. Izzy Keller. Aimee Holdsworth. Catrina Liddell

ID 2018 Group 2 James Rees, Lana Elworthy, James Ray-Jeffers, Ben Wreford

ID 2018 Group 3 Harry Kessell, Mattie Carter, Josh Slater, Lukasz Smolinski

ID 2018 Group 4 Dominykas Barsauskas, Sofia Ferraro, Daniel Bate, Sam Speakman, Milen Minchev

ID 2018 Group 5 Ryan Avery, Alan Long, Saara Rautiainen, Ben Cairncross

ID 2018 Group 6 Brandon Sinclair, Dingcheng Huang, Bilal Alyas, Maria Eracleous, William Ofei

ID 2018 Group 7 (Lucky Llama) Cristiano Almeida, Hamse Hussein, Kelly Copas, Theng Yen Chen

ID 2018 Group 8 (The Bears) Nikki Hardy, Teodora Muresan, Sintija Linuza, Kezia Davies, Harry Havill

reading material

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