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Unformatted text preview: 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: civey@purdue.edu , rbodien@purdue.edu , ahite@purdue.edu , mwilkinson@purdue.edu 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 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 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. Identify 2 or more things that you need to address in order to improve your work....
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course ENGR 195 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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