Apps for Appalachia: Advocacy App - Brainstorming and Prototyping

Advocacy App - Brainstorming and Prototyping

What We’re Doing Today

We’ll spend class working on apps. Specifically, we’ll begin diving into the low-fidelity prototyping process, setting the stage for testing on Wednesday.

Examples of Feedback

  • NP: Your annotated bibliography contained no links. It doesn’t, unfortunately, show that you engaged in any research, or gathered information from a breadth of sources.

  • NP: Your annotated bibliography contains three links, but it is a bit thin in terms of commentary. Typically, 2-3 sentences to capture the breadth of the resource is recommended, otherwise you end up with a very superficial annotated bibliography.

  • P: You did a good job of finding a significant number of references, but your synopsis of each is one sentence (or a fragment). The purpose of writing a 2-3 sentence synopsis (a paragraph, basically) is to make sure you understand the breadth of the resource, and capture that in your annotated bibliography.

  • NP: Your annotated bibliography contained three links, no explanatory text, and was missing your name or any other identifying information.