For the last exam question, if you mention seeing the picture below, you will earn an additional half a point, because it shows you are monitoring the course blog very closely.
This picture shows how Leonardo da Vinci used the Golden ratio in several ways on the famous Mona Lisa portrait:
You’ve heard the saying, “There’s no wrong way to eat a Reeses’s,” right? Of course!
After looking over your mockups for a student scheduling tool, I learned that old Mr. Reeses’s Pieces was right (well, sort of): in developing user interfaces, there’s no wrong way to design the menu and controls, so long as you follow the basic principles covered outlined in Dr. V’s lecture.
Graduate Research Assistant
College of Technology