GraphicDesignCritiqueFormandRubric

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MANAGEMENT MISC
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Management
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Nov 1, 2023
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Critique Form & Rubric Objective: You are to take a critical view (critique) of your project and two other students and provide feedback so that improvements can be made on future projects. Introduction & Rubric: You are to critique your project and as well as have two other students (who were NOT in your group if it is a group project) critique your work as well. The purpose of your critique is to provide feedback on items that were done well and items that could use improvement . Grading for your critique is based on the following: "A" level - specific and detailed feedback is given - how and why items were done well, and how/why items could be improved. Feedback is specific to each item and is explained with enough detail so that it is clearly understood what could be changed. "B" level - specific feedback is given, but lacks some details . Items are identified and it is shown what was done well or not done well, but it is missing some details on how/why and how to improve items. "C" level - general feedback is given . There is little or no feedback on how/why items were done well or could be improved. Comments are missing significant details on how/why and how to improve items. "D" level - little feedback is given, is incomplete, or is not related to items. Feedback has little use for improving future projects . Comments such as "good job", "looks cool", "well done", "could be better", etc. are provided. "F" level - no feedback, or significantly incomplete/not related to items.
YOUR NAME: Self Critique. Provide feedback on the following areas: 1. Was the project completed according to the requirements? Why or why not? 2. What is your design idea(s)? Describe it/them in one sentence (one sentence for each, if more than one). 3. What message(s) are you trying to convey to your audience? 4. How is your design(s) unique? How are you capturing the audience's attention? 5. What are the most important design elements and principles used? Describe how they help to convey your message or enhance your design. REVIEWER #1 NAME: Provide feedback on the following areas: 1. Was the project completed according to the requirements? Why or why not? 2. BE SPECIFIC - Which items (if any - which 'version'?)) were done well and explain why? 3. BE SPECIFIC - Which items (if any - which 'version'?)) were NOT done well or could be improved and explain why? 4. Describe the overall quality of the project - what could be done differently.
5. In one or two sentences, what do you believe was the message of the design? Was it effective (explain your answer as to why or why not)? REVIEWER #2 NAME: Provide feedback on the following areas: 1. Was the project completed according to the requirements? Why or why not? 2. BE SPECIFIC - Which items (if any - which 'version'?)) were done well and explain why? 3. BE SPECIFIC - Which items (if any - which 'version'?)) were NOT done well or could be improved and explain why? 4. Describe the overall quality of the project - what could be done differently. 5. In one or two sentences, what do you believe was the message of the design? Was it effective (explain your answer as to why or why not)?
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