1. Make sure all your links work
You can lose marks if you hyperlink leads to nowhere, or your work isn’t set for public viewing.
2. Ensure that all your media is a .jpg and not a .png file. This is most common with screen shots as this is the default.
3. Categorise your posts under names such as Research, Planning, Construction, Evaluation etc. These categories will allow navigation of your blog to be easier for the examiner.
4. Arrange your posts in order. You can change the order of your posts so that as someone reads your blog they will see it chronologically.
5. Embed all possible presentations, this includes YouTube, Prezi and SlideShare etc….
Make sure ALL these presentations are made PUBLIC so the examiner can see them without your login
If you’re struggling to draw a storyboard, have a look at this website. Storyboardthat.com
The free version limits you to places and characters, but as a rough guide it’s a good place to start.
Try only using this website to create your wide shots/establishing shots. Then draw you close ups and more detailed shots by hand.
This is another PowerPoint alternative with lots of different templates you can use to present your work.
An example of 1 of these templates is below:
This is an online presentation tool that is similar to PowerPoint, however rather than just up and down you can also go sideways too making it easier to link points together.
An example can be seen below:
This animation creator is a great way to create interesting presentations for a range of different coursework tasks, you can embed the final results on your blog by exporting them to youtube and embedding them as a video.
See an example below:
Venngage is a great tool for creating and publishing infographics because it’s so simple and easy to use. You can choose from templates, themes, and hundreds of charts and icons as well as uploading your own images and backgrounds, or customize a theme to suit your brand. You can animate them too!
Meet Haiku Deck, a completely new kind of presentation software. We make telling your story simple, beautiful, and fun.
This free web-based infographic tool offers you a dozen free templates to start you off, which are easily customisable.
You get access to a library of things like arrows, shapes and connector lines, and you can customize the text with range of fonts, colours, text styles and sizes. The tool also lets you upload your graphics and position them with one touch.
Piktocharts are a very visual and creative way to display data, you can use this to present your audience research data.