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Week 9
Feedback frenzy (29/03/21 - 02/04/21)

CCDL Information & Tips

This week i didn't have spare time to do the CCDL exercises (a workshop from Hans Rosling) but nevertheless i included his ted talk in my documentation because it contains some valuable lessons.

Ted talk | Hans Rosling

Tableau for Students
Tableau

Feedback Frenzy

This week there were meetings scheduled for feedback. Multiple students (8) prepared a presentation. In this presentation we pitched our projects in about 5 minutes. After these 5 minutes we were asked to be very precise about the feedback we wanted to receive.
Below you see the three versions/sketches i discussed during the presentation. At the end i asked what part(s) and/or version they found the best.

Miro board

When you click on the link below you can view the below you can see my presentation and the virtual feedback post-its i received.
A quick impression of our feedback frenzy
My feedback
After receiving all the feedback i planned to collect the pos it's so i can gain insight from them.

Insights

For every 'feedback question' i asked i made a different section. These questions and answers are all in dutch so below every screenshot i'll summarized the main insights i gained.
Concept 1 is popular because the subject is best explained when there's a broader view. The best part op concept 2 is the very clear comparison between man and women's physical bodies. The level of detail is the best part of concept 3.
These three points combined is the best option for a solid concept.
I asked what they found the best parts of all three the concepts. The use of quotes and data comics were very popular. Besides that they liked the introduction of concept 1 and the visual way of telling the story.
The questions they put on post-its weren't really questions but remarks. Not anything valuable cam from these.
I asked if they preferred a more broad way of giving examples or a more specific one. You can see that the opinions about this were very divergent. A combination is what seems best.
The last question i asked for tips. I received a lot of them. I am going to summarize the most important/valuable ones below
  • Use the circles in a more spatial context as well, now it's still a bit random
  • Explore options on how to make the examples 'live' in one of your concepts you include a wall but there are more options (like a (doll)house experience)
  • Look at your current concept with a different perspective (adapt your examples to a man's point of view)
  • Make the data strip more interactive
  • Already explore options on how to showcase your project
  • Animations might work better than static images
  • Categorize the circles with the examples
  • Engage cultures in your examples
  • Maybe implement humor to make it a bit more light
  • Check if you can engage your audience by letting them give input
All of this information can be used to make my next iteration a better concept.

Input from Shani (CCDL)

During the week Shani texted me the image below.
I immediately recognized all of the examples given in the image above. The way they illustrated them can be a big inspiration for my own project.

Conclusion week 9

In week 9 i mainly focused on my presentation for the feedback frenzy. After giving the presentation and receiving the feedback i concluded some insights. Next week i am going to transform my sketches and ideas in a more final project and start making the first version of my project.
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