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Using the six levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy and the five AIGA/NASAD essential competencies, this visual evaluation showcases my ability to meet thes… Read More
Using the six levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy and the five AIGA/NASAD essential competencies, this visual evaluation showcases my ability to meet these criteria on projects in the span of three years of my design education. Additionally, I added a third scale of evaluation based on my level of anger for individual projects. This extra quality helps to express my sarcastic nature and ability, or inability, to handle the strenuous day-to-day tasks involved in developing my projects. Read Less
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Using the six levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy and the five AIGA/NASAD essential competencies, this visual evaluation showcases my ability to meet these criteria on projects in the span of three years of my design education. Additionally, I added a third scale of evaluation based on my level of anger for individual projects. This extra quality helps to express my sarcastic nature and ability, or inability, to handle the strenuous day-to-day tasks involved in developing my projects.

Student: Jon Duong (website)
Professor: Jeremy Shellhorn
Awards: AIGA A9, 2013 National Student Show