POWERPOINT ANALYSIS USING C.R.A.P. METHODOLOGY School

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C.R.A.P. METHODOLOGY ANALYSIS

POWERPOINTANALYSIS USING C.R.A.P. METHODOLOGY

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Thereare several ways to analyze and provide constructive criticisms ondifferent works such as an image file, a slide presentation, an audiofile, etc. which can be a very effective tool for its improvement.One example of techniques being used at present is the C.R.A.P.(Contrast, Repetition, Alignment, Proximity) methodology.

Forthis assignment, we are tasked to analyze and provide constructivethoughts on a specific PowerPoint presentation using the C.R.A.P.methodology. According to Mike Rundle (2006), the C.R.A.P. principleis an effective tool to double-check the quality and overall designof a specific work. Hence, in order to generate an attractive, yet aquality design framework, this method shall be used. In analyzing theslide presentation about the topic regarding physical therapists, Imay have noticed some issues when regards to its contrast of theoverall design, the repetition of elements, as well as the proximityof the working design. In the slide presentation, the backgrounddesign as well as the write-up content is almost similar in terms ofits color, the style, as well as some elements involved. By havingsuch identical contrast between the components of the slide, thetendency is that its audience may find it difficult to read itscontents. There might be possible issues upon the translation ofideas from the maker of the presentation to its audience. Accordingto Rundle (2006), in constructing a design work, the contrast of itselements shall be different to one another to prevent any confusionsor miscommunications between the opposite sides. Moreover, there arealso conflicts with the repetition of the design structures as wellas the relationship of the elements in a particular, which make itnot so interesting and other audience may find it not muchappreciable to provide such information like that. Hence, the slidepresentation being analyzed still needs an improvement with theoverall design framework to provide a much coherent presentation.

Reference

Rundle,Mike. (2006, April 10). How C.R.A.P. is your Design? [Web Blog].Retrieved fromhttp://blog.teamtreehouse.com/how-crap-is-your-site-design