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1 Capstone Project “the name of your product” “the name of your sponsor” Team Member 1 Team Member 2 Team Member 3 Team Member 4 Team Member 5

2 Sample Slides  The following slides are samples of what your presentation should cover. I’m using a fake example involving an app that provides info on where a person can get cheap gas in places where you might need to see an example Your may use these as templates – that is just fill them in with your own content You may build your own from scratch – just make sure that this information is covered in your presentation.

3 Product Overview The problem it addresses  Gas prices may vary between different stations  Drivers want to know where the least expensive gas will be along a route  Product X shows a list of gas stations within a mile of a planned route, ordered by current gas prices

4 Background - give some information about why your product is needed  Recent Oregonian article: Gas prices varied between $2.05 and $1.95 per gallon of regular  Drivers may find a cheaper station down the road after getting a fill-up

5 Who is your audience?  Drivers who plan on taking a pre- defined route  Have a WAP-enabled cell phone  Will be traveling within the Portland metro area

6 What are their characteristics? what do we know about them?  At least 250,000 registered car owners - drive 100,000 miles a day  Over half between 25 and 35 years of age  Most have a computer at home  Most common kind of cell phone is a Nokia ABC - only 25% pay for WAP service

7 Your Product – you may have this summary slide and a separate slide for each feature  Features Feature 1 – enter trip route Feature 2 – show list of stations within a mile of route Feature 3 – order station list by price or distance from route Feature 4 – another cool function

8 Feature 1 – you may have a separate slide for each feature  This feature is shown using the screen capture (use Alt-PrtScr to capture a screen image) and explained within the context of the “typical user”

9 Feature 2 – you may have a separate slide for each feature  This feature is shown using the screen capture (use Alt-PrtScr to capture a screen image) and explained within the context of the “typical user”

10 Feature 3 – you may have a separate slide for each feature  This feature is shown using the screen capture (use Alt-PrtScr to capture a screen image) and explained within the context of the “typical user”

11 Feature 4 – you may have a separate slide for each feature  This feature is shown using the screen capture (use Alt-PrtScr to capture a screen image) and explained within the context of the “typical user”

12 Product Demo This might be a good place to break the power point presentation and do a demo The Demo should take us through a typical “use” of the application – for example, use story telling – “Joe is driving to his friend’s house at 7605 N. Wabash – he’ll be leaving his office at 1200 NW Grand …”

13 The Architecture of the System  What are the major parts of the system?  What does each part do? it’s inputs? it’s outputs?  A picture would be nice here …

14 Customer Feedback  Discuss whatever feedback your customer shared with you: how well does it meet their needs future enhancements they’d like to see general feedback

15 The Process  What steps did you go through  briefly define each step  indicate how much time and effort went into the step (estimated per the project plan and actual)

16 Show Your Schedule go to JANFEBMARAPRMAYJUN Sample Text On Time! To edit the timeline, select the timeline object, and then click Ungroup on the Draw menu.

17 Additional enhancements - additional enhancements that could be made?  Future enhancements Optionally list stations that accept user’s gas cards Option to only list stations that sell diesel Allow user to enter nearest intersection of highway milepost marker and provide a list of the ten closest stations ordered by gas price

18 Project Dynamics -How did your team divide up the work?  Team member 1: Gathered user information, responsible for reverse engineering site  Team member 2: Wrote proxy, designed intermediate database  Team member 3: Did some other stuff

19 Lesson Learned  Lesson 1  Lesson 2  Lesson 3


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