provide a brief feedback, which you should use to monitor your performance and quality of work.
Human-Computer interaction Assessment Process Your lecturer(s) will use the 4 or 5 assessment criteria described in each assignment section to assess your assignments. For each marking criterion, your lecturer(s) will indicate the mark you will be rewarded (1-5) and provide a brief feedback, which you should use to monitor your performance and quality of work. See the Marking Key table below for a guide. Marking Key A mark of 1 Suggests a very low demonstration of the criterion. There are some serious weaknesses in the understanding and application in the work. A mark of 2 Suggests an almost satisfactory demonstration of the criterion. There are some weaknesses in the material and perhaps some omissions in. A mark of 3 Suggests a good demonstration of the criterion. The work demonstrates an understanding of the material and a good application of the knowledge. A mark of 4 Represents a very good demonstration of the criterion. The work provides evidence of a very good understanding of the material and the application of the knowledge is strong. A mark of 5 Represents outstanding demonstration of the criterion. The work is highly developed, fully resolved, thorough, and meticulous in its final delivery. CCA1108D Communications & Digital Technology [3/11] Assignment Topics Choose one assignment topic for both Assignments 1 and 2. Web 2.0 The Twitter phenomenon Graphical user interface The future of talkback radio Human-computer interaction Tabloid television User centred design A historical period in fashion Interaction design Work/collection by a contemporary fashion designer Games and their effect on the brain Creative music software Perspectives on classification of video games Music technology Serious Games Music for film and video Visual abstraction & reduction in communication Electronic photo media Visualising data to improve understanding Photomedia-installation Graphic design in advertising The future of newspapers Graphics of protest, peace and social justice The new media landscape Universal design Citizen journalism Environmentally sustainable design Digital technology and the media Signs, symbols and language Media ownership Psychology of colour The 24 hour news cycle The importance of the past in the present in design Ethical journalism Mathematics, spatial arrangement and layout design Celebrity journalism Visual communication in business Reporting fact or fiction The impact of technology on design The media in 2025 Graphic communication & way-finding The Film Director Creative Industries and the economic implications The Cinematographer Glass sculpture Sound in Film Photographic printmaking The future audience in film and video industry Visual & computer arts Short Film: Structure and Aesthetics Modernism & visual arts The experimental moving image Australian contemporary performance The sensory impact of film The recent history of Australian circus Perth International Arts Festival (PIAF) Physical theatre and performance practices Black Swan Theatre Company YouTube and us Blue Room Citizen journalism Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) The Death (or not?) of Newspapers Spare Parts Puppet Theatre (in Fremantle) The rise of Social Networking Child obesity Popular radio trends and paradigm shift Coffee and health Reality TV Sustainable