The idea we have for the product was a machine made by a pen. Basically people can use the product to relax, and release their pressure based on their day to day bases.
For us like University students, we have a lot of pressure from course work. Then we could use it as a way to release our pressure.
Requirement for the work ******
Please write the work based on the rubric I Provided down below. Thanks
Reminder: each student makes their own process book.
90% of final project grade: process book.
10% of final project grade: prototypes + critiques (in discussion & final lecture meeting).
Process book must be submitted in person before 9 am on the day of the last lecture. It must also be submitted in PDF format – file size no greater than 10 mb – to website following the deadline posted there. You may need to compress your pdf to meet the file size limitations. Many free online compression tools are available. I urge everyone to use an ethernet connection, not wireless (campus computer centers) to submit files.
REQUIRED PAGES – CHECKLIST
- Identifying information on outer cover or title page (first interior page, including: name of your design, your name, date due, DES 001, Prof. Housefield; other information optional);
- Team page as first page following cover or title page;
- MLA style bibliography of relevant sources including all sources cited aspenultimate page (penultimate = last before “About me” page); must use correctMLA 8th edition format for bibliographies;
- About me as a designer page as the last page before back cover (This is a briefbiographical sketch that focuses on your interests or career goals, preferably in relation to design. Look at examples on LinkedIn and designers’ websites for inspiration. A professionally acceptable “headshot” photo or sketch like you might use on LinkedIn would be welcome here but is not required.)CITATION FORMATUse parenthetical MLA 8th edition style in-text references at the end of each relevant sentence in your writing to refer to sources from your research. Your goal should be to integrate research references into at least 50% of the pages of your process book.Additionally, the penultimate page of your process book should use the MLA style bibliography of relevant sources including all sources cited – must use correct MLA 8th edition format for bibliographies (note that parenthetical in-text citations andbibliographies use different formatting). Purdue OWL has a useful MLA guide:https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/m… g_and_style_guide.htmlPOINTS POSSIBLE (see next page for details)Introduction 10 points Sponge 30 points
Filter Voice Total:
30 points 50 points 120 points
DES 001 FINAL PROJECT HOUSEFIELD
POINTS POSSIBLE (detailed breakdown)
Each bullet point is graded on a scale from zero to ten points
Introduction: 10 points
Clear statement of the problem you seek to solve (or the opportunity or need you meet), and how this contributes something useful to society (not simply offering a convenience). (0-10 points)
Sponge: 30 points
Research observations related to the topic and other related, similar, or inspirational designs (documented in word & image) (0-10 points)
Research conversations & interviews (documented in word & image) (0-10 points)
Documentation that communicates your creative process through a combination of sketches and photo documentation (specifically: holistic shot, detail shot, arty shot, context shot, process shot) (minus 2 points for obvious absence of any of these) (0-10 points)
Filter: 30 points
Library-based research – books & journals read, analyzed, and incorporated into your filter process with appropriate MLA citations
Documentation in word and image that shows testing, iterations, and inclusion of feedback from others (audiences / users; class critique) (0-10 points)
Analytical discussion of ethical values that guided the design, emphasizing the decision-making process and consideration of costs (budget + costs to the environment) (0-10 points)
Voice: 50 points
WRITING: Clarity and quality of writing: writing should include both analytical and descriptive content. Do you communicate clearly and effectively? Did you proofread so that your sentences make sense and you have few or no errors of spelling & grammar? (0-10 points)
NARRATIVE: Narrative structure of your process book. Do you tell a good story? How does the narrative benefit from the way you’ve organized words and images on each page and across the full book? (0-10 points)
UNIFIED PAGE & BOOK DESIGN: Quality of process book design, relating to unity & variety as promoted through the thoughtful use of the elements and principles of design. How did your
book achieve unity and variety through thoughtful uses of the elements and principles of design?
CRAFT: Overall craft and quality of physical process book, including neatness and hand binding.
Have you used your materials cleanly? Does your book’s craft represent you well? (0-10 points)
FORM & CONTENT: Does the form of the book communicate the purpose of the design effectively? (How have you designed your process book with a concept in mind? How have you chosen your materials thoughtfully?) (0-10 points)