E-portfolio: Design

My ideas for designs

Design Introduction

I have created 4 designs for my e-portfolio which I will evaluate and then choose one to design to make. I will look at the positives and the negatives about each design, and write a little paragraph to talk about whats good or bad.

Design #1


Positives: Creative, Funny, Interesting to look at

Negatives: Complicated, Messy, Hard to make, Not very school appropriate, does not have all subjects/no homepage


Design #2


Positives: Big font, Simple, Easy to make

Negatives: Not creative, Boring, Not attractive looking, maybe hard to see on a phone, Plain, Not that challenging


Design #3


Positives: Simple, Easy to make, Formal, Has all subjects, looks interesting, creative, Easy to make without having to pay

Negatives: Bad drawing of me


Design #4


Positives: Lots of pictures, creative,

Negatives: Messy, Dull, Boring, Not formal enough


Conclusion

I think number 3 is the best because it(s):

  • Neat
  • creative
  • Easy to understand
  • Easy to make
  • simple
  • formal
  • has all subjects
  • looks interesting


Number 3 is the design I will create

Design Specification

The product I will make must have/be:


  • be free
  • electronic and accessible from any device that can be connected to the internet (tablet, smart phone, desktop computer and laptop)
  • be able to store work produced in all classes, i.e. a wide variety of files (images, text, video and sound)
  • contain sections for all MYP subjects, MIA and C&S
  • 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
  • have a good URL &/or Title
  • be professional and academic... not cute, funny, silly, etc
  • simple but sweet
  • has to be easy to understand not complicated and messy
  • make it organized


Assessment for citeria 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.