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Week 10 Assignment - Stakeholder Presentation 


Week 10 Assignment - Stakeholder Presentation


You’ve completed the pilot for the  Section 508-validated application for U.S. Department of Homeland  Security field officers. It’s now time to present your post-pilot report  to stakeholders in order to secure funding. This is your sales pitch to  convince the stakeholders to fund the project for the next five years.  


Create a 10-slide PowerPoint  presentation that addresses the following. Each slide should have no  more than 6 bullets; all other context and explanations should be  provided either in the speaker’s notes or in a recording of the  presentation. 

  • Summarize your user applicability and needs proposal. Your summary  should clearly demonstrate that your data-collection plan was directed  toward the appropriate users and was designed to address user needs and  minimize user frustration.
  • Summarize your software development plan to show how you’ve  followed the proper stages for software development, considered all  necessary resources, and allowed for appropriate durations of time.
  • Provide a brief overview of your prototype to clearly demonstrates  you’ve addressed functionality and user needs. Include these features:       
    • Interfaces.
    • Methods for input/output.
    • Supported devices.
    • Processing of user mistakes and errors by the application.
    • Tools to determine programming bugs.
    • Automated tools to validate accessibility.
    • Implementation of application security.
    • User display drawing.
    • System process flow drawing.
  • Describe how your testing plan validates function, usability, accessibility, and security.
  • Recommend that stakeholders fund the project for the next five  years by validating that the specifications for the app were met and  reiterating the benefits of the app.
  • Include no more than 6 bullet points per slide. You may either  write detailed speaker’s notes of what you would say if you were  delivering the presentation live, or you may record the presentation. If  you record the presentation, to ensure professional quality make sure  to rehearse with your slides before you record and adjust your  microphone, so your voice is clear. Also, be sure the link you provide  to your recording is easy for your instructor to access.
  • Write in a manner that is professional and free of grammar, punctuation, and spelling errors.

This course requires the use of Strayer  Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the  Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course. The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are: 

  • Determine methods of collecting and analyzing data in interaction design activities.
  • Determine processes of interaction design in the development of an application.
  • Justify design decisions for an application that support  accessibility, usability, and functionality and reduce user frustration.
  • Design testing that evaluates the accessibility, usability, and functionality of an application.
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