AFGA 2012 Entry Template

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Use this template for you Apps for Good Awards (AFGA) 2012 entry. Good luck!

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  • Slide 1  - A simple title slide describing the name of the app, the team name and the names of team members
  • Slide 2  [SITUATION]- Begin describing the situation by giving some background on the area you’re addressing. This is the beginning of the story. It should be something that everybody can relate to. Here you might also want to address the size of the market affected by this problem
  • Slide 3 - [COMPLICATION] Use your problem video to describe and illustrate what the problem is. Be specific, add the link of the problem video to the notes section of your presentation. You can include a screenshot from your problem video in the main area of this slide.
  • Insert mock up images into your slides showing how the app will look from one screen to the next for a user, use notes in the notes section to make this clear. We recommend you use a tool like Balsamiq for you mock ups. Use the quick [Balsamiq Tutorial] to help you get started with the tool.
  • Insert mock up images into your slides showing how the app will look from one screen to the next for a user, use notes in the notes section to make this clear. We recommend you use a tool like Balsamiq for you mock ups. Use the quick [Balsamiq Tutorial] to help you get started with the tool.
  • Fill out the [worksheet] and scan it in to show how you will create, capture and deliver value for your customers. Watch this 2 minute video for a quick recap
  • AFGA 2012 Entry Template

    1. 1. [App Title] By [Team Member Names] [THIS IS A TEMPLATE REPLACE ALL THE TEXT IN BETWEEN THE SQUARE BRACKETS BEFORE YOU SUBMIT]
    2. 2. [Describe the Situation]
    3. 3. [Use your problem video to describe and illustrate what the problem is. Include a screenshot or photo here. Add the URL of your Problem Video to the notes]
    4. 4. [Write a clear and brief description of the problem] Problem Statement
    5. 5. [Give a summary of the findings from your research]
    6. 6. [Pose a QUESTION of how you might solve the problem with your app]
    7. 7. [Answer the question of how you intend to solve the problem with a description of your app]
    8. 8. App Design Mock-up [Insert images of your mock ups]
    9. 9. App Design Mock-up [Insert images of your mock ups]
    10. 10. App Design Mock-up [Insert an image of your Business Model Canvas]
    11. 11. App Design Mock-up [Recap on how your app solves the problem] Summary
    12. 12. App Design Mock-up [This slide is your chance to add more information about your creative journey. Did you create a Website? Show your work to experts? Present at your school? Did you do local media work?]

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