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Project Development Process
Transcript of Project Development Process
(besides, that's how Prezi functions) And while I could have made a rough drawing or design or layout of the project, admittedly I didn't. An example of how this project was made sounded like a way to demonstrate all this. Polishing Demonstration (let's take a look) Creation (let's get to work) Undeniably, the most difficult and highest effort-usage of the project development cycle is the actual creation aspect. This portion requires placing down all the assembled ideas, plans, and assorted stuff into a concrete and complete idea. Expect to change whatever original ideas didn't work, or whatever new ideas pop in during this phase. There's not much to say about this, it's self-explanatory. To ensure that the project is at the best of its capabilities, the "finishing touches" must be applied. Testing and polishing are these touches. Testing is the technical and interior aspect of the project, while polishing is the visual aspect. Sometimes the two overlap. Testing is basically ensuring that everything on the inside is working properly. Like the human body, every internal organ must function at its best in order to keep the external and total package working well. This can be done in various ways, such as scripting, (HTML5, Java, Flash, etc.) Prezi slideshow and timeline functions, and various other methods. Example All while the project was being assembled, I tested the slideshow functions, sometimes going into presentation mode to ensure that things were aligned properly. Applying transitions and frames were also an important aspect of the whole thing. Not all of this was done at once, keep in mind. The visual aspect of a project, for the average viewer, is the most important aspect. Therefore, it must look its best. Little details can mean a lot in projects like this. By putting in details, improving based on input, and following the plan, it is simple but vital to turn a project from average or mediocre into something better. "The creation of something new is not accomplished by the intellect but by the play instinct acting from inner necessity. The creative mind plays with the objects it loves." -Carl Jung Running the program itself is one of the best ways to test something. "Building technical systems involves a lot of hard work and specialized knowledge: languages and protocols, coding and debugging, testing and refactoring." -Jesse James Garrett "I don't write a quick draft and then revise; instead, I work slowly page by page, revising and polishing." -Dean Koontz "I'm looking to evolve the concept of the new renaissance artist, taking the world by storm through the art of public display and demonstration, with technical savvy, using cell phones and computers." -Perry Farrell So it's finally complete. Everything's been done. You've come up with ideas Seen what you can do Created an outline or plan Created your project Ensured everything worked properly and polished up your project. At this point, there's only thing left, and that's to show it to others, the class, or the world. End.