Team Final Project Presentation
Due: April 21, 2019 by 11:59PM UTC-12
Submit your Final Project Presentation as a PDF file (“Final Project Presentation – <Team Name>.pdf” format) via Canvas. Do not include the brackets.
NOTE: The requirements of this deliverable are subject to change, at any time, up until Week 15.
Your final deliverable is comprised of two pieces: 1) the final video presentation (Deliverable 4) and the final project itself. This page lays out the requirements for the Final Project Presentation (Deliverable 4).
For this deliverable, your team will present your final project in a 10-minute narrated video presentation. This presentation will be a showcase for your application! Teams should include a brief narrative of the overall project goals and objectives, team member contributions, project successes and unique elements, project future plans or opportunities. Screen captures, narration, and a FULL demonstration of your project are each required to show your solution in action.
Your video is limited to 10 minutes. You have been practicing presenting at 5 minutes or less for most of the semester, so you are prepared to stay within 10 minutes. You will be penalized for any amount of time over 10 minutes. Avoid using lengthy bulleted paragraphs and/or full text slides.
- Team follows the Basic Project Rubric in Presentation (see below)
- The member(s) who have not presented, in any of the prior presentations, must be in this presentation. Remember that each team member must have presented in at least one video this semester.
- Provide a complete update on completed portions of the Gantt Chart and how you completed the project.
- Give a clear and detailed explanation of your project status and any outstanding elements of your application. This includes any plans how you will deploy the final product (this includes HDAP/Docker). For a few teams, there are exceptions that have already been discussed and anticipated.
- A full demonstration of your application is required. For a few teams, there are exceptions that have already been discussed and anticipated. For those teams, be sure to effectively show elements of your application. Screenshots, images, small clips are acceptable.
- Also include any further research you have done, next steps, etc.
- Presentation Quality (timeliness, clarity, interest, poise, enthusiasm, visual interest)
- The presentation MUST be narrated. Any presentation without audio or narration will receive an Automatic score of “0” points. If you have issues with your recording you need to communicate well before the due date. We recommend that you start early for delayed issues will be hard to justify.
- Add presentation link (from YouTube, Vimeo, Dropbox, etc.) to PDF and Submit PDF with the team name and team members in the body of the file. This is REQUIRED.
Basic Project Rubric:
- Research – Did the team thoroughly investigate the problem and interview prospective end users to understand their requirements? Did the team identify industry problems or gaps in current solutions?
- Functionality – How well did the final app work and did it fulfill the design proposed by the team? Does it fully meet user requirements?
- Usability – Could a user easily understand the app? Was good documentation/help/tutorial provided?
- Design – Was the user interface attractive, “user friendly”, simple to use and appealing?
- Innovation – Did the team develop and implement new ideas that aren’t already in common use? Did they bring ideas from other domains into the one they explored?
- Final Report – Is the final video interesting, creative and did it clearly explain what the team determined to be the problem, their solution and how they implemented it?
Submission Details: Have ONE person (the PM) from each group submit the PDF file via the Assignments tab in Canvas. You must state the team name and team members in the text of the submission.
Due: April 21, 2019 by 11:59PM UTC-12.