Lecture: "Shopping Cart" Experience  
Unit 1 Lesson Plan 4  
# of Days 1   Addendums  
LP Prior Knowledge Unit1 LP1-3 Differentiation    
Lesson Objective Lecture: "Shopping Cart" Experience  
Lesson Assessment Video, Assignment Two- "Recognizing Human Interaction and Experience"
+ Read pgs 84-120
Changes for Next Time    
Benchmarks or Standards Lab Rubric (Dates)    
Materials Needed Black Board Access to Book Notes, Mac Labs, Overhead Projection, Shopping Cart Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M66ZU2PCIcM Differentiation Resources    
Time Student Learning Task or Activity METHOD Teacher Activity  
  Watch the "Shopping Cart" Video Lecture/Video Outline:
Attributes of a sketch
• quick , timely, disposable, plentiful, clear vocabulary,
constrained resolution, consistent with design state
A sketch is not a prototype
• difference is a contrast of purpose (always), and form (mostly)
Sketch properties
• evocative, suggest, explore, question, propose, provoke, tentative, noncommittal
Prototype properties
• didactic, describe, refine, answer, test, resolve, specific,

10 + 10
• method to descend the design funnel
o first 10: elaboration
o choosing: refinement
o second 10: elaboration on refinement
• a cycle with no hard boundaries

Sampling with Camera
• a rich source of ideas
• what to avoid, what inspires, what can contribute
• helps you notice
• trains you in design criticism
Works if you
• collect and reflect on these images
  Assignment Two:

To assist you in gearing up for Sketching User Experiences, do the following tutorials. Upload either an optimized .html or .swf for the flash tutorials and an optimized .gif for the photoshop tutorial. Have at least 8 interactive buttons with both an over and down state that is different in the first tutorial; In the second, draw your character with the flash pen and shape tools; the third, you do not have to show sequential transitional states at this point. Just recognize that it can be done here. Use at least 6 images/art (6 states):
Lesson One
Lesson Two
Lesson Three
Lab Assignment Lab Rubric- Grade Value: 100pts  
Student Samples  
  Student One sample one rubric one  
  Student Two sample two rubric two  
  Student Three sample three rubric three  
BlackBoard Column Statistics Assignment One Part One and Two April 30  
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Standard Deviation 32.37    
Variance 1047.72    
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