Saturday, 16 October 2021

Term1: Criterion C - Creating the Solution

In Criterion C, you will start creating your advertisement. We now focus on the actual creation of a solution to a problem.
Assessment Criteria: 
In this criteria students should be able to;
(i) Outline a plan, which considers the use of resources and time, sufficient for peers to be able to follow to create the solution
(ii) Demonstrate excellent technical skills when making the solution 
(iii) Follow the plan to create the solution, which functions as intended.
(iv) list the changes made to the chosen design and plan when making the solution.

The worksheet includes all the tasks of criterion C. Upload snippets/screenshots of the worksheet or copy and paste worksheet to your blog in the new post with the title name “Criterion C: Creating the Solution”. You can also upload the worksheet on Managebac at the task name; Criterion C: Creating the Solution.

Below are explanations of what you need to do for every task.



TASK 1 - Outline a plan, which considers the use of resources and time, sufficient for peers to be able to follow to create the solution

Create a plan that shows the steps/tasks, 
time and resources required to make the product/advert.

Consideration in the logical plan are; Time and resources.

What are resources you plan to use? 
Materials/tools: text, images, internet, sketching tools, software features.

Example:          

Logical Plan
                                       

Date

Tasks to be completed

Time 

required

Tools

/Materials

Task completed?

Y/N

25th October

Select or create template

20 minutes

I will be done in a word document or select Canva templates

Yes

27th October

Add text content

1 hour

I will write the content and use some examples on the internet

Yes

30th October

Add Images and Logo

1 hour

I will use internet images and create logo

Yes

 


TASK 2 - Demonstrate excellent technical skill when making the solution

Start creating your product and take photos of your work. 

Photos should provide an evidence of steps in the creation of your product. Take photos in different stages when creating your product. 

Every photo needs to be explained by writing a few sentences.

Example 1


TASK 3 - Follow the plan to create the solution, which functions as intended

Follow the plan to produce the solution, make sure the solution functions as intended and time is managed effectively to produce the solution.

Present the solution as a whole

A product design outcome will be presented as a set of photographic images or links to the product. 

Example 1








TASK 4 - list the changes made to the chosen design and plan when making the solution.

As you implement your plans, you will often have to modify the plan or the design.

Justify, any changes made to your product and how it is different to your starting idea.

Justify, through the use of drawings/diagrams, any changes made to the design while making the solution and how they affected the plan.

If you do not make any changes to your product or plan, You should just mention that there were no changes made. 





The worksheet includes all the tasks of criterion C. Upload snippets/screenshots of the worksheet or copy and paste worksheet to your blog in the new post with the title name “Criterion C: Creating the Solution”. You can also upload the worksheet on Managebac at the task name; Criterion C: Creating the Solution.








Saturday, 2 October 2021

Term1: Criterion B - Developing Ideas

There are four strands/Task to complete criterion B; 
-(i) Develop a list of success criteria for the solution
-ii) Present feasible design ideas, which can be correctly interpreted by others
-iii) Present the final chosen design 
-iv) Create a planning drawing/diagram, which outlines the main details for making the chosen solution. 
The worksheet includes all the tasks of criterion B.  Upload snips/screenshots of the worksheet or copy and paste the worksheet to your blog in the new post with the title name “Criterion B: Developing Idea”.
Below are explanations of what you need to do for every task.


Week 1 (4th October)

TASK 1: Develop design specifications, which clearly state the success criteria for the design of a solution. 

Fill it with necessary information about the planning frame of an advert. 
An example of how to fill in the planning frame is posted below:



TASK 2: Develop a range of feasible design ideas that can be correctly interpreted by others.

Sketch two distinctly different design layouts following the design specification and consideration.
Below are some examples of sketches. 
You need to annotate the sketches. 

WHY IS ANNOTATION IMPORTANT?
Simply sketching ideas will not clearly communicate them, as other people looking at these ideas may not interpret them correctly.

Layout  Sketch 1 




Repeat the above for the second sketch 2.
Come up with your own ideas.

Week 2 (11th October)
TASK 3: Present the final chosen design 

Before you choose your final design, you need to evaluate your designs against the design specifications. 
Snip your task 1 and mark/check what specifications have been meant in each sketch.

Examples
Sketch 1 evaluated against design specifications

Sketch 2 evaluated against design specifications


Choose the sketch design with the highest total of design specifications meant. 
Present the final chosen design. 

TASK 4: Create a planning drawing/diagram, which outlines the main details for making the chosen solution.

Draw a chosen sketch in detail.

Example:



Upload snips/screenshots of the worksheet or copy and paste worksheet to your blog in the new post with the title name “Criterion B: Developing Idea”.