Friday, July 28, 2006

A Preliminary Prototype

This is a preliminary prototype for Kelvin and me. It is more of a representation of our concept. It shows you what knobs/buttons you can manipulate, and gives you a taste on what the resulting images/videos would look like.

Please give us some comments.

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Summary of the screen interaction.

This chart tells how the laser head movement can be controlled by the setting of the power and speed.

Feel free to comment.

Friday, July 14, 2006

Our one screen visual - a proposal.

After communicating vigorously with my partner, Kelvin, we decided to proceed with storyboard and the one screen visual.

Here comes our screen first. Please comment.

Saturday, July 08, 2006

My reflection of Session 7.

I strongly agree what Dr Churchill stressed in the lesson, that we should try to rule out interactive questioning from the learning object. The teacher-student interaction should be left to the classroom context. I also understand that one screen presentation is a very good way to reduce the cognitive load of student during learning.

Thank David Lau. He led me finish the practical task to work out the Flash exercise in the lesson. David's idea of zooming effect on the map is exciting. This will be very useful for my group assignment too.

If we want to make a slider, it is very important to understand the concept of the definition of the location of an object. I'm longing for session 8 that Dr Churchill has proposed to demostrate how to make slider in Flash.

Wednesday, July 05, 2006

My Storyboard

This is the first draft of my individual storyboard before I discussed with my partner Kelvin:

This is a preliminary draft. Hope you can understand. We'll revise the interface into one screen. Stay tuned.

My revised flow chart.


This is the revised flow chart:

Saturday, July 01, 2006

My initial flow chart for planning