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BRIEF: GRADUATION PROJECT PITCH

DUE: FRIDAY 19 JUNE.

ASSESSMENT WEIGHTING VIA POSTER PRESENTATION: 0%, must pass to pass the course

OUTLINE

TIMETABLE: 3 Weeks
COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN ISSUE: Digital entrepreneurship
SOFTWARE: As determined by each student
TECHNIQUES: Written, oral and graphic communication, referencing, editing
OUTPUTS: One poster presented using the CoDe template, 3 images (one each representing motivation, project question and project method), printed in colour on 3mm core flute
PREMISE: CoDe graduates will collaborate with work colleges and/or clients to develop projects of their own

PROCEDURE

In the Digital Collaboration Studio students have collaborated with each other to complete a project for a client. These projects were developed by the course convener in consultation with the clients. The next step in the students development is to speculate on the needs of a potential client, develop a potential project and create a pitch that would demonstrate its value to them.

Prepare a poster describing a clearly articulated and compelling project. Use a combination of text and graphics to demonstrate ambition, proficiency, your role in the collaboration and the value of the proposed outcomes to the industry partner who would engage with you. Incorporate a 500 word project statement.

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

In addition to the overall course assessment criteria students will be assessed on the level and extent to which they engage with the criteria listed below:

DESCRIPTION_ does the poster describe the student motivation, a project question and proposed method
AMBITION_
does the proposed project demonstrate ambition
PROFICIENCY_ has the student demonstrated proficiency in the software that they would use in completing the project
COLLABORATION_ is it clear what the role of the student would be and what is expected from the industry partner
VALUE_ is there a clear value proposition