WK5 Assignment Instructions

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Assignment Instructions

Assignment Instructions

You and your group have  been asked to design a mobile service that provides route navigation information; the aim is to lead the user from their starting point to a destination. The intended platform is a pocket-sized PC that includes a high-resolution display and audio output facilities.

Address design considerations for the following three contexts. Consider the types of route information and the means of presenting it, along with ways users might interact with the application.

Pedestrian navigation

In-car use for drive-only situations

Collaboration between driver and passenger

Assessment Rubric

Exemplary

Accomplished

Developing

Beginning

Points Available

Comments

 

You and your team have been asked to design a mobile service that provides route navigation information; the aim is to lead the user from their starting point to a destination. The intended platform is a pocket-sized PC that includes a high-resolution display and audio output facilities.

Exercise interpersonal/soft-skills (teamwork, communication, collaboration, et.)

Student effectively completed the assignment.

Student partially completed the assignment.

The student provided limited and meaningless substance completing the assignment.

Student failed to complete the assignment.

5

 

 

Address design considerations for the following three contexts. Consider the types of route information and the means of presenting it, along with ways users might interact with the application.

Pedestrian navigation

Student effectively completed the assignment.

Student partially completed the assignment.

The student provided limited and meaningless substance completing the assignment.

Student failed to complete the assignment.

30

 

 

Address design considerations for the following three contexts. Consider the types of route information and the means of presenting it, along with ways users might interact with the application.

In-car use for drive-only situations

Student effectively completed the assignment.

Student partially completed the assignment.

The student provided limited and meaningless substance completing the assignment.

Student failed to complete the assignment.

30

 

 

Address design considerations for the following three contexts. Consider the types of route information and the means of presenting it, along with ways users might interact with the application.

Collaboration between driver and passenger

Student effectively completed the assignment.

Student partially completed the assignment.

The student provided limited and meaningless substance completing the assignment.

Student failed to complete the assignment.

30

 

 

Writing Format

Write the paper in APA format. Grammatical, spelling or punctuation—the writing is grammatically correct, clear and concise.  The response is well formulated and easy to read and understand.  Correct terminology was used when needed. See references below:

What is Plagiarism and How to Avoid It:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIsLV9zOOe0

Writing Help: http://apus.libguides.com/c.php?g=241212&p=1603794

Purdue Online Writing Lab: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/

APA and MLA Citation Game Home Page: http://depts.washington.edu/trio/quest/citation/apa_mla_citation_game/

Student effectively wrote the paper using provided format.

Student partially wrote the paper using provided format.

Student wrote the paper with limited and meaningless use of provided format

Student failed to use provided format.

5

 

 

Total

100

 

 

Submission Instructions:

Navigation information may be presented textually, graphically and via audio.  Some sense of these modes, and combinations of them, will be more appropriate in certain situations than others. For the driver alone in the car, spoken instructions would seem the most useful; in the street, directional graphics to point the way may be more effective. A range of levels of information abstraction may be helpful to users; pictures or descriptions of landmarks along the route are examples of low-level, detailed information (shown to be particularly useful for older users), while more abstract map overviews can be vital aids for planning.

Submit the completed assignment with all the names of the group members included. Each member of the group must submit a copy of the assignment to get a grade.

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