Presentation Self-‐Reflection Our group was given Photoshop to research and present in front of the other groups in the lecture. The group had six people including me in it, and they were Jack Kendall, Jack Moss, Becky Smith, Sam York, Ellie Watson and myself. The group was very organised and we all decided to get each others phone numbers in order to stay in touch and organise a time to meet and complete the presentation. We met the next day to discuss what the presentation consisted of, the design, the information and who did what. We all chose the subject that we wanted to research for example one person researched the purpose of Photoshop, the history, and who uses the program. I think this was effective because everyone was assigned a subject, which means that everyone contributed to the task set. It is also effective because it will solve any disagreeing if it was done together. We got together after everyone had finished their research and found out what they wanted to put on the slide. All the group members contributed to the presentation because everyone had their own task set to them so they had to research by themselves and meeting up at the end to put their work into the slide. In the presentation I was allocated to research the history of Photoshop. (http://lowendmac.com/software/p/photoshop.html) I think I could have improved on how I presented the information on the slide, for example I could have learned what I needed to talk about instead of making mistakes. There was some information that I ended up missing out which made the presentation look unprepared, I could have rehearsed my slide more. The visuals of the presentation were good and we chose to have the colours of the Photoshop logo’s, which is blue and white. The only improvement I think is that it should have had more pictures to show what we were trying to say.
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