Dates and Deadlines

Upcoming

In small groups, an annotated storyboard and a roleplay of a proposed experience appropriate for Project Three, derived from one of the ideas we selected on March 15. All items are due at 08:30 on Monday, March 22.

Past

A storyboard of a proposed experience appropriate for Project Three, both posted to the blog and brought to class on a clearly visible 8.5″ x 11″ page, is due at 08:30 on Monday, March 15.

A formal proposal of your final toy concept, posted to the blog, is due at 08:30 on Monday, March 15.

A prototype of one toy concept, suitable for user-testing during class, is due on Monday, March 8.

Feedback on your three detailed toy concepts, collected from your colleagues, and posted to the blog as a comment on your original post, is due at 18:00 on Thursday, February 18.

Three detailed toy concepts, posted to the blog, are due at 08:30 on Thursday, February 18.

Six independent toy ideas, available in your sketchbook, are due at 02:30 on Thursday, February 18.

Exercise Eight is due at 02:30 on Thursday, February 18.

Before Thursday, February 18, please read Designing for Interaction 89-119.

Exercise Seven is due at 08:30 on Monday, February 8.

Exercise Six, Part One is due at 08:30 on Monday, February 8.

Exercise Five is due at 08:30 on Monday, February 1.

Project One is due at 08:30 on Monday, February 1.

Exercise Three is due at 08:30 on Monday, January 25.

Exercise Four is due at 08:30 on Monday, January 25.

Before Monday, January 26, observe and document your chosen interaction for Project One. Try to determine who your “client” is, and keep this client in mind throughout your process. Use the title of your project to clearly define its scope. I will be meeting with each group again to discuss your progress.

Exercise One is due at 08:30 on Monday, January 18.

Exercise Two is due at 08:30 on Monday, January 18.

Before Monday, January 18, meet with your group and pick a common interaction between people and their environments to observe, document, deconstruct and suggest improvements to. Pick at least one “plan B” interaction as well, in case your preferred choice proves to be unsuitable. Strategize how you plan to observe and document the interactions. Carefully consider the scope of your project.



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