Mockup Review Logistics
Before the review
Work in the Pappalardo will stop at the usual 4:45 PM, but you will be able to have access to pickup materials until 6:45 PM.
Presenters should test AV in the presentation room (room TBA) between 5:30 and 6:30. It is important that the actual presenters check the materials in the room. Please ensure that all AV testing is finished before 6:30.
Make sure that your team area in Pappalardo lab is clean and your mockups are ready for demonstration and testing. Your will also be asked to plan a two minute video demonstration/explanation using your mockups.
During the first hour each section will have 3 minutes to present critical questions and findings. Be sure to include a preliminary product contract with key needs, product attributes, and specifications. A computer projector, an overhead projector, and a document camera will be available in the presentation room (room TBA). Physical models will not be part of this structured presentation, and there will be no questions after each presentation. One minute will be allowed between presentations for microphone setup.
All students should plan on attending the first portion of the presentations since seeing what the other sections are working on is an important part of the learning experience.
After the formal presentations are complete, faculty will promptly move to the Pappalardo lab to experiment with your physical mockups and ask questions. Ten minutes will be allowed for the transition to the Pappalardo lab.
Instructors are divided into 8 small groups and assigned to different sections. Every 8 minutes the instructors will switch to a different section according to a rotation schedule. The rotation will be structured to that you will have 7 minutes on, then 7 minutes off. In total, you will have three 7 minute question and answer sessions. Photographs and video of your mockups will be taken during one of your breaks.
All students in your section do not need to participate in the Pappalardo lab portion of the review. There needs to be people to demonstrate and discuss the mockups, and at least one person to record notes during the feedback session. The notes should be distributed to your team.
Additional review details, including the presentation order and review rotation schedule in the Pappalardo lab, will be posted on the weekend before the review.
After the review
The mockup concepts will be posted on a crowd-sourcing platform to obtain feedback from a large number of real, potential users. These data will be provided by Sunday evening after the review, in time for your team to decide on it's final product direction.
You may also arrange to view the presentation video with your team communication instructors for additional feedback about your presentation style.