This week, we did our Pecha Kucha style presentation in the class.

Based on the research, Pecha Kucha is a presentation form of 20 images for 20 seconds. The slides change automatically, and the speaker must synchronise their speech with the images. It’s sometimes also called a 20×20 presentation. So the entire presentation always lasts for exactly 6 minutes and 40 seconds.

We shared our ideas and work in different allocated component through Pecha Kucha to Eleni and the client. In my Powerpoint, I shared my design ideas and booklet draft. However, I couldn’t control each slide’s time, so I spent more than 6 minutes and 40 seconds finishing my presentation.

It is the last Design Thinking class of the trimester.

In this week class, we displayed our video of team presentation and watched other teams’ presentation. It inspired me a lot and reminded me that I still got a lot of progress space for our final solution when I looked…

In this week’s class, Carolyn explained the last two assessment tasks that include a team report and a team presentation.

A team report is about describing our team’s Design Thinking process and findings for our stated problem. In my understanding, the team report mainly answers two questions: what do we…

This week, Carolyn had a class about testing. Testing is a stage that helps us get feedback from users in order to refine our prototypes or build new ones.

Carolyn introduced many tips to help us get a great result from our testing. First, we need to prepare some questions…

It is the last week of this trimester and also the last class of this course. Our group made a presentation for displaying our product of Smart-Remedy. First, Pip and Mia described the details of our design process, and then Su taught Vincent how to use the product to monitor…


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