Final Project Pitch

For your final project please prepare a 5-minute (or more) presentation on your final project.   This should be in powerpoint, keynote, or similar format. Use a flash drive, dropbox, or laptop to present.  You will need to make a final pitch in class Tuesday, February 23 or before.

You presentation should include:

  • a description of what you would like to create
    • What problem is this project trying to solve?
    • Is this project meant to be playful, experimental, pragmatic?
    • Who is the potential consumer for this work?
  • inspiration images/artists/designers/projects that are relevant to your idea
  • digital or scanned sketches of your project
  • a bulleted list of the materials/tools you’ll use/need
    • this is a great way to find out if your classmates have resources you can tap into
  • list of ideas/concepts that you will need to master for completion
  • a loose schedule of when you’d like to be where in the process
  • a fallback plan
    • what can you do to recover your project if it doesn’t go as planned?

Finally, if you should state whether you would like to work in a team or individually on your project.