I have done 5 parts of this project and they are attached.i need your help of part 7 and 8.part 7 :The phases 6 and 7 constitute the conclusion of the class project. The conclusion is formed of two parts. For the sixth part (i.e., this one) you are asked to provide a final report of your work. For the seventh (and final part) you will be asked to submit a virtual presentation of your project.In preparation of your report, you are asked to make any last minute changes to your interface and to the software environment. To do so, please use the problems that you might have identified as part of the usability study from the previous project phase (the Course Project Part 5). You may not have the time or the ability to address all the problems, but you should aim to tackle the key ones.Next, you should write a comprehensive project report. This means that the report should be sufficient for somebody to read and understand what your interface is and how you developed the process without having to go through all the materials that you submitted in the previous parts. Please note that this may be challenging for you, as you have tackled the projects for several weeks and have also received feedback from the instructor along the way. You must assume however that whoever is reading the report has never heard of your project prior to picking up the report.As part of the report1 you should:Introduce the problemDescribe who your audience isDescribe competitive solutions and the deficiencies of those solutions2Describe your solutionGive an overview of your approachPresent all screens you have designed with commentaries to explain (do screen grabs)Show the transition diagram(s) for the screens in your design (it is sufficient to use screen names as long as it is unambiguous what screens are being referred to)Describe your tutorial/help/any assistance you give to learners of your systemDescribe your usability study including how you ran it, how many participants there were and their demographic characteristics. Summarize the problems you discovered and describe what you changed in your final prototype to address those problems3Finally, describe open issues you are aware of, and what the next things you would do if you were to continue working on this project.1 Your report should be written in proper English and not include colloquial terms.2You will most likely user references here and elsewhere in the report. Please make sure you cite properly. Please make sure you do not plagiarize. For help with this, lease see http://www.plagiarism.org/citing-sources/cite-sources/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.3You should not simply copy all the other materials here. You should summarizeSubmission InstructionsReport via the assignment submission mechanism on Canvas. Preferably submit your report as a Word documentPrototype (executable and source code). Submit this as zip file. Make sure all files are clearly labeled and that help files (i.e. Readme files) are provided.In addition:Make sure that your project name are included in the document.part 8 :Phases 6 and 7 of constitute the conclusion of the class project. The conclusion is formed of two parts. For the seventh part (i.e., this one) you are asked to submit a virtual presentation of your project.Please note that, based on the schedule, it expected that no modifications are necessary to the interface at this moment. All changes should have occurred in preparation for the previous phase.For the presentation, you should prepare a 15-20 minutes video presentation. The presentation should be comprehensive. This means it should be sufficient for somebody to watch it and understand what your interface is and how you developed the process without having to go through all the materials that you submitted in the previous parts.You can structure your presentation any way you like. For example, you can consider two parts. In the first part you can prepare a set of slides (using Powerpoint / Google Slides, etc.) and go over the project in fashion similar to the one for the report. In the second part you can do a short demo of your interface explaining how it works, and what actions are still being developed.DeliverablesAs part of the presentation, you should:Include your name and the title of the projectIntroduce the problemDescribe who your audience isDescribe competitive solutions and the deficiencies of those solutionsDescribe your solutionGive an overview of your approachShow the transition diagram(s) for the screens in your design (it is sufficient to use screen names as long as it is unambiguous what screens are being referred to)Describe your usability study including how you ran it, how many participants there were and their demographic characteristics. Summarize the problems you discovered and describe what you changed in your final prototype to address those problemsDescribe open issues you are aware of, and what the next things you would do if you were to continue working on this project.Finally, demo your interface in a way that would allow a viewer to understand it and its functionality.Your presentation should be formatted as a movie. There are many applications that allow you to create movies and edit movies (for example Movie Maker is freely available in Windows). To generate movie material, you can use a camera (phone, webcam, etc), to generate a movie that includes screen capture, you can use a software such as Screencast-O-Matic (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. or other solutions.Submission InstructionsA single movie file via the assignment submission mechanism on Canvas. Preferably submit your movie as an mp4 or mpeg file.Please note that movie files tend to be large. Please consider changing resolution or other settings as ways to reduce the file sizes.please separate the part 7 and 8 from each other.
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