Project Deliverable 5: Final Presentation
For the final leg of your project, you will complete the additional usability studies and prototyping that we discussed in our 1-on-1 meetings. In addition to the short paper, you will also deliver a 10-15 minute presentation of your work on the last day of class. Think of your presentation in two ways:
- Your presentation is a summary of the contents of your final paper (see project deliverable 6). It should possess the same flow but be at a much higher level of detail. When detail is given, it is for the “essence” of your work, e.g., your primary deliverables and results.
- Your presentation is a pitch to get people to read your paper. You should ask yourself what are the important takeaways that you want someone to come away with about your work. And you should also ask yourself what are the most salient details that you believe people will find interesting.
In addition to the final presentation, we will also hold a demo faire at the end of the period where you will host your final prototype and showcase it live for the class. Make sure that you prepare your prototype so that it is in demo-able shape for final presentations.