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  • WELCOME
  •    SIT764 PROJECT ANALYSIS AND DESIGN DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION : COMPLAINTS PROCESS VIA ANIMATION UNIT CHAIR : CHANDAN KARMAKAR SUPERVISOR : JULIEN UGON , SHIVA POKHREL CLIENT NAME : GENEVIEVE KAVENAGH,                          NANDINI PASBOLA
  • COMMUNICATION PLATFORMS
  • ONTRACK DEAKIN Task 1  - Completed Task 2 - Completed Task 3 - Completed
  • UPSKILLING IN ANIMATION
  • DESIGN DIAGRAMS * The design diagrams are the flexible visualization of the simulation steps in the animation view. * A use case diagram is a diagram that shows a set of use cases and actors and their relationships. It is used to model the context of a system and to model the requirements of a system. A use case captures some user-visible function * The UML diagram were added to illustrate the complaints process for Deakin staff in the form storyboard. This was shown to provide an overview of how complaint is processed. This was followed by an animation for brief but clear understanding of the sample.
  • USER STORIES *  A user story is a written description of the story, which is used for planning, as a reminder and exhibit some characteristics of the use cases which helps to create a simplified description of a requirement. * Conversations about the story that serve to flesh out the details of the story. * Tests that convey and document details that can be used to determine when a story is complete.
  • SCRIPT
  • VOICE-OVER
  • SLACK DEAKIN MAIL DEAKIN DRIVE
  • LEARNING OUTCOMES * Plan, execute, monitor and manage IT projects using agile or lean project management methodologies, tools, and practices. * Use interpersonal and communication skills to resolve both technical and non-technical issues in a collaborative and consultative manner with the project team and stakeholders. * Evaluate and use technology to develop high-quality solutions that meet the requirements and expectations of project stakeholders. * Justify achieved outcomes by providing relevant evidence and critiquing the quality of that evidence against intended project goals and outcomes. * Animation skills, Group management, Chasing Deadlines.
  • SPRINT 1 PROJECT PROPOSAL UP SKILLING  MINUTES OF MEETINGS ONTRACK TASKS
  • CLIENT REQUIREMENTS * An animated video for the complaints process for DEAKIN staff.    * The video should be compliant with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. * Should include audio captions. * The video should be of 2-3 minutes. * Should be accessible through NVDA screen reader. * Should have a piece of suitable licensed background music depending upon the severity of the process. 
  • SPRINT 2 DESIGN DIAGRAMS UP SKILLING  MINUTES OF MEETINGS ONTRACK TASKS
  • SPRINT 3 DEMO VIDEO UP SKILLING  MINUTES OF MEETINGS ONTRACK TASKS
  • SPRINT 4 FINAL PRODUCT DELIVERABLE VIDEO POWERPOINT PRESENTATION PROJECT VIDEO PORTFOLIO UP SKILLING  MINUTES OF MEETINGS ONTRACK TASKS
  •  THANK YOU
  • GROUP MEETING
  • RISK ANALYSIS  * High graphics memory requirements for the software. * Loss of data due to system issues. * System compatibility issues. * Synchronization issues -  issues involved in synchronizing the voiceover and the video.
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