Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Submission of Design Journal, Multimedia Presentation and Model

Design Journal
Please name the file as DesignJournal_yourName and submit to the ADMT submit folder.

Multimedia Presentation
Please post your completed Multimedia Presentation in your personal ADMT blog. Post the URL of your post in the comments.

Model
Completed Model will be collected during ADMT lesson in week 5. Please ensure you have written your name and class on the model.

Due Date of Submission:11th Oct 2010

Friday, September 17, 2010

Material and Joints

Assessment 3: Design Journal, Final Multimedia Presentation and Prototype

These are the rubrics for your final piece of work due in Term 4, Week 4. THREE things that you would need to submit are:

1. Multimedia Presentation: this is supposed to be a self-running multimedia presentation that should last a MAXIMUM of only 3 minutes! It could include graphics, pictures, voiceovers, sound, text or other media that should explain how your final product works, and solve the intended problem. Creativity is highly encouraged, and thus approaches similar to advertisements, campaigns and telling a story are possibilities that could be explored. This presentation should be uploaded into your ADMT blogs and commented upon subsequently by your peers.

2. Design Journal: this should include observations and product ideas that you have captured in this project, and your evaluation of them. This should be concluded with how your product is supposed to resolve the problem that you are tackling, and your finalised product idea. It should preferably be done in Word/Pages and should be able to explain sufficiently the processes involved in coming out with the final product.

3. Prototypes/Models: this is supposed to be working, or almost working, models of your product ideas. It should be able to show clearly how the problem that you have highlighted, is supposed to be solved. Use of cardboards, corrugated boards, wire, clay and others, where relevant, are highly encouraged.


Thursday, August 26, 2010

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Presentation Schedule



Please ensure your presentation slides are ready for the presentation on 27th August 2010

Presentation for Elderly Challenge

Prepare a 5-minutes presentation slides
The things that we are looking out for in your presentation are as follows:
1. Explanation of the design problems identified.
2. Presentation of your proposed solution ( Google Sketchup, Sketching)
3. Justifications on why your proposed solution is able to solve the selected problem. Taking into account your research findings and any ergonomical and anthropometrical considerations, such as 'How is the product/s easy to use for the elderly?', 'How do you ensure that it is safe to be used for the elderly?' and 'What is the size of the product idea/s being proposed?, based on your anthropometric information about the elderly?'
Due Date: 27th August 2010

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Purchasing a HandPhone

You have done well in your Final Year Examinations and your parents were very pleased with your results. As a reward, they promised to buy a handphone for you. When you entered the mobile shop, there are many different types of handphones available.
In the form, list down
1. Considerations of the handphone when you are doing the purchasing
2. How do you develop these considerations?
3. Importance of having these considerations.

Thursday, August 12, 2010

E-learning Activity

Please Click on the following URL for your E-learning activity.
http://admtelearning.blogspot.com/

Have a Great Day Ahead!

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

First Angle Orthographic Projection

video

After viewing the video clip, please comment on the followings.
1. How are the 2D drawings created in first angle orthographic projection?
2. Discuss about the layout of first angle orthographic projection drawing.
( Do discuss about the alignment and distance of the drawings.)