Human Factors

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Presentation Design & Delivery
MCAD
Spring 2011
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  • I liked the consistency of the image placement throughout the presentation, it gives the presentation good rhythm. I agree that the text is not as prominent as it could be because of the color, but the other colors create a nice structured frame for the images.
    I get that the first image establishes the frame that we see for the rest of the sideshow and I like that, but I didn't catch that aspect of the show until I watched it for the 2nd time. Maybe you could find a way to highlight that better?
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  • I agree that the text could pop more against the background, whether through lightening the text or adjusting the background color. I really like the use of the square & circle graphic to tie the whole thing in to the Vitruvian Man image. The 'understand' verb is a little confusing I feel. Is it supposed to be attached to the previous image or describe the whole presentation or what? That's the only thing that I really think could improve the flow of this presentation.
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  • Your forte: addressing all assignment criteria in consistent and measured fashion, giving presentation overall harmony.
    For issues, what’s still to be done, etc., pls. see private comments course Bboard grade center.
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  • The information and the images are nice. I would look at toning down the colors a bit and contrast the text against the background to allow the information to 'pop.'
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Human Factors

  1. 1. HumanFactorsmike borell
  2. 2. understand
  3. 3. measure
  4. 4. consider
  5. 5. devise
  6. 6. build
  7. 7. explore
  8. 8. enhance
  9. 9. manifest
  10. 10. use/utilize
  11. 11. adopt
  12. 12. http://ergo.human.cornell.edu/AHProjects/hfelab06-04.jpg http://blogs.knoxnews.com/munger/oracle.jpghttps://buffy.eecs.berkeley.edu/PHP/resabs/images/2005/100783-0.jpghttp://www.newswise.com/images/uploads/2009/02/02/fullsize/Digital Human3.jpg http://www.knology.net/~skeetv/Images/LunarAA.jpghttp://ashleykarr.com/storage/graphics/Hawthorne_Interior_2.png?__SQ UARESPACE_CACHEVERSION=1278708623259 http://helsinkidesignlab.org/peoplepods/files/images/310.720.jpg http://humanfactorsblog.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/mrt.PNG http://www.ryanalexiev.com/images/human_factors.jpg http://luvre.land.ru/louvre/vitruvian-man.jpg

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