A good video to open with. I like the picture with the different lights. The green buildings are really interesting.
The video has an interesting point it brings up. The guy that makes those houses uses common everyday items and turns them into something special to me that is design.
I like the video and your use of pictures.
Good reference to AWNM
I love that shirt and the shoes. They do a good job of connecting all of it together so far. I am so impressed they don't even need to just a script.
The pictures really keep the audience interested and help link your points. Opening with a video was a really good attention getter too.
Really interesting video and pictures, but I feel like your presentation doesn't involve the audience very much.
The video was good to kind of set the background... good job.
They have really good examples and pictures to support their ideas.
The video at the beginning was good, and so were the pictures of all the good design. The presentation seemed a little choppy, but most of the material contained good information.
They are doing a really good job with examples and connecting everything to the book.
Opening video was funny. GREAT examples of design (and bad design and info to back it up.
I enjoyed all of your picutres, and the humor you incorporated into the presentation. Also, I really liked how you aren't lecturing, but more discussing, and presenting the ideas to us.
The pictures and examples were interesting, but they didn't really branch off from A Whole New Mind with the ideas and concepts they presented.
I liked how they related their speech to the pictures/examples on the slide show. It seems like they could have rehearsed some more. And there were some technical difficulties.
There presentation was good and had good facts. It didn't seem very rehearsed however but I really enjoyed the visuals and like the head massager!:)
Good use of visuals, and good explanations.
The video was interesting but no obvious connection. Sounded very unrehersed and to many pauses. It was interesting but not as deep as it could be.
The photos portray really interesting examples of design. I am interested as to how design is incorporated in personal life.