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Evaluation of Design Your Career Poster ENGR 19500 – Fall 2009 Team # Poster Being Evaluated : 18 Section #: 225 Team Member Names : Serena Patel, Manshi Naik, Christina Anson, Matt Polek Date: October 8, 2009 PEER REVIEW Peer Review from Team # 19 Team Member Names : Cameron Ivey, Rachel Bodien, Alex Hite, Mary Kathryn Wilkinson Team Member Email Addresses: [email protected] , [email protected] , [email protected] , [email protected] Category Description 0 = missing 1 = marginal 2 = acceptable 3 = exceptional Strengths/ Weaknesses/ Questions / Suggestions POSTER CONTENT Indicate 0, 1, 2, or 3 in each box below Enter written feedback in each box below 1. Problem Formulation Presents a clear statement of the problem in terms of the clients’ needs 3 Top and center 2. Generating & Organizing Tasks Shows that the team can plan to pursue a solution to such a problem 3 Process of thinking and prior art Remaining challenges are summarized 3 Present 4. Idea Generation Shows that rich idea generation strategies were used to select top three alternative solutions 3 Prior art, QFD Only on QFD Evident that three alternative solutions were generated 2 6. Translating Customer Needs into Engineering Decisions Evident that team used a systematic comparison of the top three alternative solutions 3 QFD Explains how team measured or determined a “successful” solution; displays an alignment between the problem statement and the solution 3 8. Information Gathering Provides data and evidence to support design decisions 3 QFD Present References are provided in APA format in the notes section of the poster 3 10. Proposed Game Flowchart Proposed game is clearly represented in a flowchart that follows flowcharting conventions 3 Can flowchart be simplified? Looks long and over complicated POSTER WRITTEN PRESENTATION 11. Organizatio n Content is presented in a logical and interesting way that is easy to follow 1 Gantt chart is in center and largest part of poster, but is that the most important part of the presentation? 12. Style A consistent and attractive format is applied (good use of proximity, alignment, repetition, 2 Proportions are unusual. Is poster right dimensions? It looks too long vertically
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Evaluation of Design Your Career Poster ENGR 19500 – Fall 2009 Team # Poster Being Evaluated : 18 Section #: 225 Team Member Names : Serena Patel, Manshi Naik, Christina Anson, Matt Polek Date: October 8, 2009 and contrast) 13. Figures and Tables Neat and easy to interpret; contain relevant information 3 Cute team logo! 14. Stand Alone An oral presentation or additional materials are not needed to understand the poster content
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Evaluation of Design Your Career Poster ENGR 19500 – Fall 2009 Team # Poster Being Evaluated : 18 Section #: 225 Team Member Names : Serena Patel, Manshi Naik, Christina Anson, Matt Polek Date: October 8, 2009 REFLECTION ON PEER REVIEW Response to Feedback from Team # type here 1. Identify 2 or more things that you need to address in order to improve your work.
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