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Put your icon here. Name of App Tagline (80 chars max, including spaces). Team member names and schools/years Team member emails. Spring 2014. (Name of App). Say what it is. Summarize your app in 20s (Be sure to change the “Insert Your App Name” text on the slide master template).

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Put youricon here

Name of AppTagline (80 chars max, including spaces)

Team member names and schools/yearsTeam member emails

Spring 2014


(Name of App)

  • Say what it is. Summarize your app in 20s

    (Be sure to change the “Insert Your App Name” text on the slide master template)


The problem

  • Identify what important problem is solved or need satisfied by the app


Competition

  • Show key screenshots of 2-3 top competitors to your app that try to solve the same or similar problem or satisfy the same need/desire


Innovation

  • Explain how your app is innovative relative to competitors

  • Be as specific as you can


(Add descriptive title)

  • Use the next set of slides to describe your app ...

    • You can only show screens you have built

    • If you don’t add any time to your total presentation, you can...

      • Incorporate a video if you want

      • Incorporate a live demo if you want

  • You can use photos to tell a story of how it works (e.g., show use out in the real world)

  • DO NOT use sketches


(Add descriptive title)

  • On all slides, do not change this font or use a smaller font size

  • Do not change the slide style or background .... focus on content

  • The total presentation should not take longer than 6 minutes, 30 seconds.

    • (So if you insert a video or live demo, your slides should be adjusted accordingly)


(Add descriptive title)

  • Do not put too much text or more than 1-2 images on any given slide

  • You only have 20s per slide


(Add descriptive title)

  • Images are strongly preferred to text when they can be used to illustrate a concept

  • But...

    • Avoid gratuitous clip art

    • Do not include fuzzy, interpolated images(images should be clear/sharp)


(Add descriptive title)

  • Do not put text or images on the slide that people will not have time to read

  • Don’t...

    • Use capitalization That is Not consistent

    • Inclde typos

    • Use punctuation inconsistently.

    • Put periods at the end of all lines (clutters)

    • List code w/o highlighting what is important


(Add descriptive title)

  • When you present, stand near the screen (both team members, if there are two of you)

  • Look at your audience not the computer screen (because you know what you need to say because you have practiced!)

  • These slides will advance automatically after 20s, no matter what


(Add descriptive title)

  • If you do not practice

  • And practice

  • And practice

  • At least 3 times, or you will get behind your slides and it will be painful to watch

  • You should pick the best presenter to present the project

    • Do not arbitrarily split up the presentation

    • Both team members can answer questions


(Add descriptive title)

  • More on your app and what it does


(Add descriptive title)

  • Last slide stepping through your app and what it does


Tricky programming problem

  • Use the next three slides to step through a tricky programming problem that you overcame that others might be interested in knowing about ... And how you did it


Tricky programming problem


Tricky programming problem


Acknowledgements

  • Give credit where credit is due for ANY borrowed code, borrowed images, borrowed sounds, etc.

  • If another team helped you out substantially, give them kudos


The future

  • Pick on your app. What could be better? What did you run out of time to do?

  • This is the ONLY slide where you can show a sketch of something you want to


(Name of your app)

  • Summarize what your app does and why it will be a killer app!


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