Presentations with the SafeLanes team is pretty smooth. Our group decides our presentation flow efficiently, and everyone tries their best during the actual presentation. Our best speaker is Aditya, in my opinion. Being the leader, Aditya is very passionate about our presentation. Our least skilled speaker is Ryan, in my opinion. Ryan is quiet, yet he understands our presentations meaning. While he isn’t the best, he is still a great presenter. I hope that our team continues to progress in our presentation practices.
I practice my own slides before a presentation, and I do believe it should be executed. Practice is necessary as we progress down the semester, as we near the judging days, so that our group can present well to the judges. It gets you more comfortable with what you are saying, as well as make you more used to your slides. SafeLanes needs to improve on our communication to our audience. While our group may understand the things we cover, our team can’t confidently say the audience does. Many questions arise with our presentation, and we are working hard to stitch up that hole. With selling our product, we are having no trouble, as many bikers have voiced their needs on a brighter light lane. Our team hasn’t talked about science yet, and we will soon add a science slide into our presentation.
GoSoapBox has worked so far. Constructive criticism can be found everywhere in the feedback, and our group continues to use its information. For example, sometimes we get information on how we can create a more concise slide. My feedback for others include speaking tips as well as how to make the presentation more understandable.
In my opinion, our group is at the middle. There is still room to improve, and our team will hopefully strive to succeed. Compared to other group’s presentations, we understand our material very well.
Aditya Suresh (CEO)