Checkpoints for creating a good Screen

Checkpoints for creating a good Screen

Postby kawstov » Tue Mar 31, 2015 1:47 pm

I have not skipped any part of the content
All long sentences are broken into short
Grammar check is performed
Concepts are not discussed in conversations
All previous review comments are reworked
Connectors are present
Animation order, and timing is working properly
All colors used are as per standards

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Key Quality Metrics:

    Font - Verdana; Font size (20-Screen Title ; 18-Para Heading ; 16-Text ; 14-call outs ; 12-source)
    Colors and BG clean (Not Textured, Not gradient), uncluttered, and professional look
    Break a long sentence
    Spelling, grammar & Punctuation
    Date/Currency Standardization
    Calculation checks
    Any additions marked in red, deletions - struck off
Cheers!
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Re: Checkpoints for creating a good Screen

Postby kawstov » Wed Apr 01, 2015 6:07 pm

Check points to be evaluated by the screen maker -


Overall Parameters
  1. Target Audience, Course Objective, and Theme defined clearly. 
  2. Flow of the Content is proper
  3. The content is broken into logical units


Within a Screen
The amount of content is appropriate for the slide
Long sentences are broken into short ones
IS explanation is clear to understand
Concepts are illustrated (Not just picture and text) visually.
Concepts are not discussed in conversations
There are connectors between two screens
Various interactivities are used to engage the user.
Standards followed for the screen
Grammar Check is done
No part of the content is skipped
Content that is to be excluded is struck off
IS from storyboard is followed on screen
Cheers!
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