Design Stage
Here is the assessment criteria
“A Range of feasible…”• Should be at least 4 different designs.• Each should be suitable and usable if chosen  for the fin...
“Each Evaluated…”• You need to write down an evaluation of each  design you do, checking it against the design  specificat...
“and evaluates it fully and critically”• You need to choose one of your prototype  designs and fully and critically evalua...
What you need to haveFor a Level 5/6:• At least 4 different prototype designs (this  includes storyboard sets AND navigati...
What you need to include in your designs 1. A navigation plan. Example below:
2. A storyboard of each page. Example: Page heading – bold, font: Calibri, Size: 72, White        Background colour: white...
2. A storyboard of each page. Example: Page heading – bold, font: Calibri, Size: 72, White        Background colour: white...
2. A storyboard of each page. Example: Page heading – bold, font: Calibri, Size: 72, White        Background colour: white...
2. A storyboard of each page. Example: Page heading – bold, font: Calibri, Size: 72, White        Background colour: white...
2. A storyboard of each page. Example: Page heading – bold, font: Calibri, Size: 72, White        Background colour: white...
Requirements• You need to do FOUR different sets of  storyboards, to make sure you have a range of  designs.• Remember, yo...
Things to Annotate in Designs:•   Font size, type, colour, formatting•   Navigation bars•   Background colours/images•   I...
A Reminder of the RequirementsFor a Level 5/6:• At least 4 different prototype designs (this  includes storyboard sets AND...
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Design stage unit 2 grade 10

  1. 1. Design Stage
  2. 2. Here is the assessment criteria
  3. 3. “A Range of feasible…”• Should be at least 4 different designs.• Each should be suitable and usable if chosen for the final product.
  4. 4. “Each Evaluated…”• You need to write down an evaluation of each design you do, checking it against the design specification to make sure it meets it.• If it doesn’t meet it, the design can’t be considered ‘feasible’.• You could copy your test table and use it here but bare in mind that some of the criteria might not yet be testable if they require a fully functioning website. Select the appropriate ones.
  5. 5. “and evaluates it fully and critically”• You need to choose one of your prototype designs and fully and critically evaluate it against the specification.• This means that you need to write a more detailed report of exactly why you chose it, why it meets the specification better than the other designs and you can also be critical here and suggest some improvements to it, in order to make it fully meet the specification.
  6. 6. What you need to haveFor a Level 5/6:• At least 4 different prototype designs (this includes storyboard sets AND navigation plans)• An evaluation of each design against the design specification.• Identify your chosen design• Fully and critically evaluate this design against the design specification.
  7. 7. What you need to include in your designs 1. A navigation plan. Example below:
  8. 8. 2. A storyboard of each page. Example: Page heading – bold, font: Calibri, Size: 72, White Background colour: white BP Oil Spill Image of ISM logo Goes Here Home History of Catastrophe Main body of text goes here. Introduction text. Information Video Font: Calibri, Size: 18, Colour: White Photo Gallery More Information Navigation Bar. Font: Calibri, white, size 18
  9. 9. 2. A storyboard of each page. Example: Page heading – bold, font: Calibri, Size: 72, White Background colour: white History Image of ISM logo Goes Here Home History of Catastrophe Main body of text goes here. Information on the Information Video history of the oil spill Font: Calibri, Size: 18, Colour: White Photo Gallery More Information Navigation Bar. Font: Calibri, white, size 18
  10. 10. 2. A storyboard of each page. Example: Page heading – bold, font: Calibri, Size: 72, White Background colour: white Video Image of ISM logo Goes Here Home History of Catastrophe Information Video Photo Gallery Info video More Information Navigation Bar. Font: Calibri, white, size 18
  11. 11. 2. A storyboard of each page. Example: Page heading – bold, font: Calibri, Size: 72, White Background colour: white Photos Image of ISM logo Goes Here Home History of Catastrophe Information Video Photo Gallery More Information Navigation Bar. Font: Calibri, white, size 18 Thumbnail Photos
  12. 12. 2. A storyboard of each page. Example: Page heading – bold, font: Calibri, Size: 72, White Background colour: white More Info Image of ISM logo Goes Here Home History of Catastrophe Main body of text goes here Information Video Font: Calibri, Size: 18, Colour: White Photo Gallery More Information Navigation Bar. Font: Calibri, white, size 18
  13. 13. Requirements• You need to do FOUR different sets of storyboards, to make sure you have a range of designs.• Remember, you need this for a level 5 or 6.
  14. 14. Things to Annotate in Designs:• Font size, type, colour, formatting• Navigation bars• Background colours/images• Images• Animations• Videos• External hyperlinks• Information boxes
  15. 15. A Reminder of the RequirementsFor a Level 5/6:• At least 4 different prototype designs (this includes storyboard sets AND navigation plans)• An evaluation of each design against the design specification.• Identify your chosen design• Fully and critically evaluate this design against the design specification.

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