Using the self-check inventor check list I have created a PowerPoint presentation in order to demonstrate the concept idea in front of the class. The presentation has delivered the idea I would like to send out to the reader. There are areas which I can improve upon such as I have not include references of where I get the sources from and should remove some slides if it is not relevant to the topic as the professor said the self-check inventor check list is a guideline to improve the concept list and it is not required to answer all the questions.
After the presentation, I have received positive feedback as a whole. However, those are the areas which are good and required enhancements as shown below:
- Working project called “An Open Source Systematic Database”, title is required
- Drop the late and refer the creator as Alexander McQueen
- Search journey – Customisable web based search engine
- Main feature of the concept idea is less is more
- Reference current design trends
The professor has included references which I can use and read about in relation to UX evaluation. Also I have been given suggestions of how to generate the title for the project as it is the most difficult thing to do when it comes to create a memorable title for the reader to recognise it.
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