e-portfolio :: design

Luke Watson's e-Portfolio Designs

Design Introduction

I have created four designs for the e-portfolio that I will create and evaluate. In this smore flyer I will display my design ideas and outline the the positive and negative features of each design. I will compare, contrast and conclude with an explanation of the best design and justify my choice. My analysis of each design was through consultation with classmates and my own opinion.


Design One

this is design one.


Explain it and highlight the positive and negative features in relation to the design specifications.

Design Two

this is design two.


Explain it and highlight the positive and negative features in relation to the design specifications

Design Three

this is design three.


Explain it and highlight the positive and negative features in relation to the design specifications.


Design Four

this is design four.


Explain it and highlight the positive and negative features in relation to the design specifications.


Conclusion

I believe design XXX is the best design for these reasons:



  • list the reasons - be sure to link the reasons with the design specifications



and this will be the design that I plan to create.

Design Specifications

The product you create must:

  1. be free
  2. electronic and accessible from any device that can be connected to the internet (tablet, smart phone, desktop computer and laptop)
  3. be able to store work produced in all classes, i.e. a wide variety of files (images, text, video and sound)
  4. contain sections for all MYP subjects, MIA and C&S
  5. have a home page that explains both who the student is and an introduction and explanation of the e-portfolio, furthermore, there must be a photo of the student
  6. have a good URL &/or Title
  7. be professional and academic... not cute, funny, silly, etc.
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Assessment for Criterion B: Design

0 The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors below.


1 — 2 The student generates one design, and makes some attempt to justify this against the design specification.


3 — 4 The student generates a few designs, justifying the choice of one design and fully evaluating this against the design specification.


5 — 6 The student generates a range of feasible designs, each evaluated against the design specification. The student justifies the chosen design and evaluates it fully and critically against the design specification.