Designing Presentations– June 30, 2015

Arrangement Part Deux


Vocal Delivery

1) Volume

2) Pitch

3) Pace

4) Articulation and Pronunciation

5) Breathing

6) Non-Verbal Communication

Narrative (Image/Text/Sound)


Visual Presentation:

Visual Aids:

Other Presentation Tools

Power Point Presentation 1:

Power Point Presentation 2:


Creating a Video Pitch–June 29, 2015

Assignment Prompt

Mini Assignment: Invention Exercise

With your group members, begin to develop your game principles.

What are concerns you will want to consider?

(Audience(s), Problem, Argument, Approach, Medium, Method)

In a memo (1pg) with headers, subheaders, and images, propose your possible game idea(s) to your boss. Be sure address the questions above as well.

Inaugural Address

Web Page Design–June 25, 2015

Today, we will be looking at CRAP01_CRAP_DOC_DESIGNdesign principles

and we will be looking at Gestalt Principles:

Mini Assignment: Website Design Analysis 

What are design aspects to look for?

Chik fila

Center for Advanced Visual Studies 

You will be taking a computer caption of each of the two websites below and then label them in powerpoint or InDesign. You will be identifying and explaining the different aspects of design used on each page. Each page needs to be carefully organized and labelled. Each explanation needs to be concise, clear, coherent, and complete (someone not in our class should know what they are reading after looking at the document).

Blizzard vs. Drive Essex

Some of the design variables to identify:  Graphing, white space, typography, color, video, image/text relationship, contrast, repetition, alignment, proximity, headers, subheaders,




Outline for Group Work

Week 1:  Find Group, set general topic (Business: Avoiding Accounting Fraud), create your question (How might we avoid another Enron?)

Week 2: Research topic/issue; create a plot or narrative that will shape game play; what is the purpose of the game? who is the audience?

Week 3: Game Play; what will our game look like? how will it be played? what are the objectives?

Week 4:  Testing the Game; Can other people play our game?

Week 5: Showing off the game.