The design cycle
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  • 1.  The first step of the design cycle is Investigate. In this area, you need to research or gather information to get a problem. This is the part where you find a problem.
  • 2.  Design is the second part of the design cycle. This is part when you gather all the possible solution. After you gather all the solutions, pick the best or the most suitable solution for your project.
  • 3.  If you think there is two or more solutions that is suitable, study the problem again, and pick the solution that you think will work more smoothly on your project
  • 4.  Planning is the third stage of the design cycle. This is where you make a script of the video and the audio. This is where you also put the background and the props.
  • 5.  This is the part where you make your project. You can also modify minor changes to your script. Beware! If you want to change the solution, just make a new one and don’t modify it because you might be confused.
  • 6.  This is the last part of the design cycle. By the word it self, in this part, you evaluate two things. The first thing that you will evaluate is the product. Was the product good? What improvements can I make in the product?
  • 7.  The second thing to evaluate is yourself. Did you do well in the project? What are your contribution in the project? Did you do your best in making the project?
  • 8.  There are many pros in using the design cycle. The design cycle is the most organized process when making a project. The pros are when you are organizing your plans, making a power point presentation, and making a video.
  • 9. Thank you for listening!!!