The data is organized, but there's a hell of a lot of it! Now we're going to start separating what's important from what isn't so we can prioritize it in a way that will allow us to focus on the things that are important to know when it's time to make design decisions. In other words, we are going to look at the organized data, use a method to determine what's important and summarize the ideas that say the same thing so that we have 30 summarized ideas instead of 600 redundant data points.
- W6 Lecture Presentation
- In Class Activity: Theming code worksheet (download) Theming answer sheet
- In Class Activity: Writing themes worksheet (download) Writing themes answer sheet
- Due Today: Code Notes: Download Homework Instructions // Due 10/17
- Finish identifying patterns and writing theme statements // Due: 10/24