Project 3 Reflection – Augmented Reality -12/15/2022

ConnectLife Welcome/Login Screens and Profile
Locations: Williamsville, Southgate, and Tonawanda
Mobile/Nav Master, Entering ConnectLife Flow, and Charts
Signing In, Cubicle, and Registration Flow
Questionnaire and Physical Flow
While Donating, Check on Your Progress, and Snacks Flow

1. What did you learn?

In our final project, we learned about Augmented Reality using Figma to create an app of our choosing. As part of the project, we had to come up with a pitch of what we were going to design in our AR app and how many Flows we had to use.

2. What was easy?

Some of it was easy. For my AR app, I did ConnectLife Organ – Blood Donation serving Western and Central New York. The easy part was to take video of myself entering the facility, signing in, going to a cubicle, registering, questionnaire, physical, etc.

3. What was challenging?

The challenging part of the project was organizing the flow and putting the arrows to the appropriate frames. Another challenging part was when playing the flows, it didn’t turn out the way I expected to be and that created a lot of frustration and anger.

4. How could your submission be improved?

To take better videos and pictures and not make the video file pass 50mbs.

5. How could the professor improve the assignment for the next class?

How could it be improved for the next class is with a little bit more clarity.

6. How might you apply your knowledge in future assignments or work scenarios?

I would look back at the powerpoint presentations, class videos and relearn how I can make the project better.

7. How did a specific reading or video inspire or help you?

What helped me was when Professor Dunkle showed everyone Adobe Premiere Pro to shorten your videos if it went pass 50mbs.