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Unit 301 - Lesson 14 - Review

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Unit 301 - Lesson 14 - Review

  1. 1. ReviewUnit 301 – Lesson 14
  2. 2. Lesson Goals Know how to identify key areas of the project and any problems that you came up against Be able to critically review your work across each document #client brief #review #constraint
  3. 3. Key Words Client Brief  The initial requirements you were asked to work towards Review  Evaluate finished work and identify good and bad points Constraint  Limitations or restrictions which affected the project overall
  4. 4. Why do we review work?Think of what it means to review…
  5. 5. Identify key areas of the projectReview Critically review the unit Critically review each of your pre-production documents:  How did you meet the requirements?  What software features did you use?  What file formats did you choose?  What was the quality like? Fitness for purpose  Did the documents do their job?  How did you make them suitable?  What about your audience? #client brief #review #constraint
  6. 6. Identify key areas of the projectReview Critically review the unit Parameters and Constraints  What limitations did you have when completing the project?  What restrictions were in place?  How did you overcome the problems? Improvements  What could make your work better?  How would it improve your work? #client brief #review #constraint
  7. 7. Identify key areas of the projectReview Critically review the unit Feedback from Client  Get feedback from your peers on each document  Strengths of the work  Improvements that could be made  Does the work meet the client brief?  Comment on feedback received  Do you agree or disagree?  Explain your reasons behind your response. #client brief #review #constraint

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