Transcript: Initial Research Universities- This software can be shifted for research purposes. Public/Private middle and/or highschools Tutor companies Production Collaborate with manufacturing companies Come up with a design and perfect it Form of information delivery to customers ie. stores, online, television Problem Solving Brief training on how to use new software Have an IT department for any problems in the hardware Work out any kinks in software Works Cited Quizzes at the end of lecture/ software assigned homework added to software. Product Changes Customer Relationships Service - Students don’t get left behind - Get students extra help if confused - Builds knowledge in areas of confusion Who - Students in middle school and high school What does the product solve? - Kids falling behind in school - Kids failing classes - Confusion in certain subject Student ran tutor systems added to the software Heart rate monitor Value Propositions Further Research Key Partners Facial biometric systems - $600 + modification cost Hand geometry systems- $800 + modification cost Heart rate monitor- $200 Software cost- freeware + modification costs. Software engineers Distribution cost Cost and Resources Fourth grade teacher - "Great product! A possible improvement can be to add quizzes and software assigned work in areas that need improvement" Origin of biometrics Typical biometric system Reliability Technology in phones Sentecs Get Customers Strike Interest and Gain Awareness - Advertisement via television, internet, radio Keep Customers Make sure that the product is successful Get customer feedback using things like surveys and then actually use customer ideas Keep the technology new and involved Grow Customers Widen the customer "fan" base Spread the word through already acquired customers Encourage them to tell friends and other educational facilities and so therefore spreading the information and the use of the product Key Activities Shen, Weicheng, and Tieniu Tan. "Back Matter." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107.42 (2010): 11065-1066. JSTOR. Web. 10 July 2014. <http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/25748468?ref=search-gateway:fc442df111855bac2cfcfca129c81339>. Maguire, Mark. "The Birth of Biometric Security." Anthropology Today 25.2 (2009): 9-14. JSTOR. Web. 10 July 2014. <http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/20528212?ref=search-gateway:797bf2bfa1c33f412870f2b32678515e>. Dass, Sarat C., and Anil K. Jain. "Fingerprint-Based Recognition."Technometrics 49.3, Special Issue on Statistics in Information Technology (2007): 262-76. JSTOR. Web. 10 July 2014. <http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/25471347?ref=search-gateway:56d3ca55414f863665b9c8bb9016e58d>. Stigler, Stephen M. "The Problematic Unity of Biometrics." Biometrics 56.3 (2000): 653-58. JSTOR. Web. 10 July 2014. <http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/2676905?ref=search-gateway:c2ca84281f1aba87da114e7c1fd999a3>. Apps available for cell phone/ tablet usage Customer Segments Business institute program attendee- " I would invest greatly in your product; however, a student ran tutor system added would be great!" Biometrics definition Biometric identifiers (physiological and behavioral) Existing technology Seven factors to assess biometric authentication "Confused Face Expression." FaceTurn -. N.p., n.d. Web. 09 July 2014. "Advantages and Disadvantages of Technologies." Biometrics /. N.p., n.d. Web. 09 July 2014. "Schlage Recognition System HandKey II." Biometric Reader Hand by. N.p., n.d. Web. 09 July 2014. "The True Costs of Free and Low-Cost Software." Idealware. N.p., n.d. Web. 09 July 2014. "Biometrics." Dictionary.com. Dictionary.com, n.d. Web. 10 July 2014.
Transcript: A Clear and Relevant Title Content! Avoid long paragraphs. Use bullet points to break up information. Ensure that text will be large enough that the audience can read it. Ensure that the color of your text and background do not clash. Keep a consistent design. Slide templates and color schemes should be maintained throughout the presentation. Split your white board into two sections and write down as many good and bad points of presentation technique that you can remember. Lets discuss which of the following are good or bad examples of presentation slides? Log on: Create a folder in your area named Presentations. Open PowerPoint: and create a new presentation. Create: examples of good and bad presentation slides on a subject of your choice. Save your work: Create a presentations folder and save your work there - Then upload your work to Edmodo. Learning objectives Good What Is a Slide? Success Criteria Presentation Slides You will be able to identify whether a slide is good or bad and provide reasons for this opinion. You will create slides using PowerPoint to demonstrate good and bad design. A slide is a single page of a presentation. What is a slide and what should they consist of? Why is good slide design important? What makes a slide good or bad? Bad What Makes a good slide? Slides can be created with software such as PowerPoint, Prezi or Keynote. Multimedia such as video, images and animations can be added to slides. Examples Lesson task
Transcript: Project Idea Description A long queues Project Idea Description Mobile app Mobile App Design Website Design Website Have you ever met this situation before? CONTENT Team 13 Members: FANG Yuan, LIANG Chuwen, YANG Lu, YAO Xiaoyin, ZHANG Yaqi School Canteen Ordering system Couldn’t decide what to eat.
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Transcript: BLUE-WINGED PITTA BIRDS INFESTING ON RESIDENTIAL AREAS OF PASIR RIS by Julia & Jia Yi RESIDENTIAL AREAS THAT ARE ADJACENT TO GREEN SPACES ARE TO HAVE GREEN ROOFS TO CATER TO THE BIRDS 1. PROVIDE WATER SOURCE(s) SOLUTION PASIR RIS TOWN MAP ISSUE: TORONTO ISSUE SUNGEI API API RIVER ROOFTOP GARDENS @ PASIR RIS RESIDENTIAL AREAS SINGAPORE IN EAST ASIAN AUSTRALIAN FLYWAY YELLOW VENTED BULBUL TYPES OF HABITATS AND BIRDS WE ARE FOCUSING ON 4. DIVERSIFY PLANT SPECIES 1. SUGGESTION OF NEW guidelines HORNBILL RESIDENTIAL BLOCKS NEAR SUNGEI API API RIVER 2. PROVIDE NESTING OPPORTUNITIES COMMON SPACES SHARED BETWEEN BIRDS AND HUMANS Design includes structures for perching and nesting and water feature to attract wildlife BARN SWALLOW PROPOSED ROOFTOP GARDEN PLAN TORONTO 3. PROVIDE PERCHING HABITAT THANK YOU! 2. REFINING DESIGN OF HDB HIERARCHY OF LEVEL OF IMPORTANCE IN BIODIVERSITY CASE STUDY : SINGAPORE CONTEXT ROOFTOP GARDEN COVERS FOOD, WATER AND NESTING OPPORTUNITIES
Transcript: Factors to be Considered Property of soils Retaining Wall Pressure Rock Type Degree of Weathering Cost Dr. Toh Chin Chye (1921 - 2012) Deputy Prime Minister (1959-1968) bit.ly/team27set Mandai Underground Ammunition 07 MARCH 2008 bit.ly/team27set weakness Pasir Panjang Terminal Phase 1, Jurong Island bit.ly/team27set 1970s Singapore’s unique situation of large land demand and short supply makes our idea possible and cost-effective To Ease the dependency of underground space This type of construction has been proven possible in the literature review, with it being completed as early as the late 1950’s Solution to Land Scarcity Lit Review Reorganize Road Diversion From Expressways Developing Tourist Attraction Beautifying Roads With Aesthetic Building Forms bit.ly/team27set Mr. S. Rajaratnam (1915-2006) Minister for Culture (1959-1965) Thank you Land Reclamation Comes to a... Gauthier Aiden Thomas Han Chong Jarrell Goh Low Laurence T.Sathesh Tan Kian Peng Content bit.ly/team27set Started land reclamation in the 1960s... Conclusion Conclusion Opportunities Insufficient expertise Height limitation May cause soil disturbance Lit Review Jurong: Industrial Development Conclusion Population White Paper 2013: June 2014 population is 5.5 million (est.) Predicted population of 2030 is 6.6 ~ 6.9 million Discussion bit.ly/team27set LAND RECLAMATION 1990s SWOT Analysis Strength Weakness Opportunities Threats Changi Airport Nicoll Highway Collapse 20 April 2004 bit.ly/team27set (Urban Redevelopment Authority, 2014) bit.ly/team27set Dr. Goh Keng Swee (1918 - 2010) Minister for Finance (1959-1965) (1967-1970) bit.ly/team27set Overuse Increase Of Urban Heat Instability Of Soil Difficulty In Demolishing The Structure Conclusion Introduction Literature Review Land Reclamation Underground Space Proposed Solutions Discussion SWOT Analysis Conclusion Mr. Lee Kuan Yew (1923 - 2015) Prime Minister (1959-1990) Although expensive and labor intensive, construction over existing highways & roads is infeasible under most circumstances -convenient -diversion for drivers -bicycle trails can be built -cost-efficient and lighter repercussion than the existing measures - Dreams are Built Over Top Threats Lit Review Feb 2010, Indonesia, Vietnam and Cambodia cut off supplies of sand to Singapore Increase in smuggling trade around the region. The price of sand to soared bit.ly/team27set Lit Review - Underground Spaces Population White Paper 2013 - meeting the needs of the population by 2030 Residential land use (14 ~ 17%) Industrial & Commercial (13~ 17%) Ports & Airport (3 ~ 6%) (Ministry of National Development, 2013) 1980s 1960s 716.1km^2 Jurong Rock Cavern 2 September 2014 Conclusion bit.ly/team27set This type of construction only suited for office space and industrial places Has the potential to become a tourist attraction Lit Review - Land Reclamation Strength Marine Parade Estate bit.ly/team27set 6.6 ~ 6.9 5.47 Million
Transcript: My target audience is of the black youth culture, Christians/ non- Christians aged 14-24 interested in rap/hip-hop. I chose this group as rap/hip-hop has always been popular among youth but making it from a Christian perspective will open it up to a wider audience. People may argue non- Christians will not be interested in thing to do with Christianity but many youth nowadays in the stressful life we are living are looking for hope. When publishing my magazine I will issue it once a month, if it is too regular people will get bored and tired of it, if it hardly gets purchased then purchases will forget about it. So it is key to get the right balance. The price of magazine will be £4.50 a price of quality ,some may argue this is quite expensive for a magazine new to the industry especially as there is so much competition. However I will draw people in by advertising free gifts, album , ticket etc. With it only being monthly this is not a lot and a magazine status means a lot, if people buy a cheap magazine they will not read every article, enter every completion and so on, but when a magazine cost a bit more than the cheap price magazines customers will engage with the magazine more as they want to make their money worth it. The price of a magazine can tell consumers what to expect – e.g.a cheap price = bad quality. See an example below. Some may say youth will not be persuaded to invest in a magazine of this price but the youth culture these days is ‘who can buy the most costly things’ this is supported by my magazine selling fashionable items as well. Investors may not want to invest in my product at first but with the magazine being one that seeks to change youths live many will be anxious in having their name behind it. I will also offer my first investor 40% of my incomes which is a tempting offer. It is made up of just black and white showing his slickness and power. One picture on half of the page gives the picture a strong presence and impression. Even the way the masthead is placed as if there is a mirror in the middle is very creative and individual. The drop cap at the beginning draws peoples eyes to the text. Not all double paged spread has to have load of colours, two or three colours bring variety and still makes it look professional. Subheadings are key as they are what draws the reader to even reading certain article. The subheading to the left show supports the fact that this is a gospel magazine. A the bottom of the text I have the date and issue number to re-inform the reader of this magazine. This is how my double page spread works Model 1 Hip hop and economics are two word that should not go together this oxymoron is very confusing but this confusion will encourage people to buy the magazine to find out what lies behind this cover line. The picture on the left was intended to bring a change to the continuous music theme in the magazine and introduce something to do with fashion. Most of ones music magazine should be about music but the readers should not be over whelmed with it as well. Front cover To the left you see a picture of the group with two VIPs. I have the number '37' as a point of reference and the teaser to give the readers an idea of what that article is about This is my contents page Final 3 I changed the picture through photoshop and customised it to black and white. The reason why I changed it was that the context of the interview was about light coming into her life. Her looking into the sky is meant to show she is thinking 'I wonder what my life will be like in the future. The background of this picture would of taken up unnecessary space on my magazine and it would of not looked appealing for the background of a magazine. Through the lasso tool I cut out unwanted space and through the clone tool I covered areas that reflected the light- both these tools are apart of Photoshop. Final 2 In the highlighted text on the right you see although this is a music magazine it still talks about other subjects their target audience will be interested in, where in this case 'style', All youth, boys and girls are always interested in fashion. And the third one: Key points of contents page I have put it catchy phrases, repetition, music event, oxymoron's and colloquial language that all draw people in. With my images I put teasers on them to link it to the genre and choose appropriate background and as you see below- costumes are always important in showing what genre your music is. I chose my dominant story based on the fact youth are always interested in shocking stories and this is one. When arranging my page I put my subheadings under sections; events and viewpoint as a point of quick way to direct one to their favourite part of the magazine. This is why I think that double spread works My aim of taking these three pictures was to support the idea this is a music magazine. I do this by having headsets involved in each photo; the first picture is meant represent a artist having two
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