This week we had to create a usability experiment design document. We have a lot more work to be done but, for having faith, I expect my team and I will get through it. Continue reading “UCD W4 Thoughts”
UPDATED: Originally posted on 25/11/16
Going for the certificate in Enterprise, here I will keep a log of my visits to seminars.
I’m enjoying this module, right now. It’s currently a nice mix of academic concepts mixed with philosophy. This week’s tutorial was focused on the development of research proposals. Continue reading “RPP w3 – Thoughts + Workings: Referencing (T2.5)”
I’m a little demotivated from doing numerous unmarked presentations. Often, with stressful rushing, I’m asked to prepare and deliver a presentation in under an hour. It really is depressing being unable to do well, simply due to time constraints. Continue reading “UCD Week 3 Thoughts + Workings”
A review of the LASSO research document by Don Casey and Phillip Burrell, who is currently my especially pleasant teacher. This text intends to answer the following questions:
“Who is the author/s? Why was the document produced? In what context was the document produced? What are its underlying assumptions? How well supported and convincing is its arguments?” (Task specification, 2017) Continue reading “RPP T2 – LASSO Paper Review”
There is a presentation this week. Group work done over GDRIVE was quite successful. We all contributed equally and communicated. I played PM, even though it was sly and unannounced. My actions helped to streamline the process.
The presentation went okay, if as discomfortingly stuttery as usual – made unnoticeably worse by my noticing that Safia left the room for a moment. I’m a little depressed about putting so much effort into unmarked work. It’s not pointless though, as any work is developmental.
I have a small document built up that I hope can be translated into work that is marked.