EvaluationThere are three important parts to this section
1) Test the Product• You need to do the following: – Use your test table to fully test the product – Write a detailed written report on the results of testing, explaining specifications that it did not meet and suggest how it could be improved further. – Carry out other tests, for example a survey on a sample audience. – Explain the results of these tests. – Write a final summary of how successful the product has been, based on your tests above.
2) Evaluate your performance• You need to provide a written evaluation of your performance at each stage of the Design Cycle: – Investigate – Design – Plan – Create (including Process Journal)
3) Evaluate the impact of the product• You need to evaluate the impact of the product on: – You (e.g. skills it allowed you to learn, music you discovered, knowledge you acquired, etc.) – Your target audience – Its relevance and usefulness to the Area of Interaction Look back at what you wrote right at the start to refresh your memory for all these.