Project 4 | Module 11

IDEO | LOOK: Fly on the Wall

To satisfy this IDEO, I watched my nieces interact with my son. It showed how much we don’t notice or pay attention to. My niece would do something (eat, wipe her nose, etc.) and then play with my son or play with toys. Toys would then be played by my son. Obviously vaccinations don’t eliminate the day-to-day illnesses but this observation shows that it could happen easily with other more serious diseases.


IDEO| LOOK: Social Network Mapping

I am a member of a mothers group on Facebook called The Mamahood. There have been a lot of vaccination posts — both negative and positive. It is interesting to see how mothers act when it involves their children. The topic of vaccinations is pretty controversial and conversations get pretty heated.

IDEO | TRY: Scenario 

I planned to do this TRY card so I included a scenario in my survey I did on the first week of this project.

I asked: If schools or other organizations required vaccinations to participate, would you vaccinate or homeschool/not participate? Why or why not?




The gap above the schedule and pie chart wont be there when I place this on my syringe. I will have to print two separate posters so right now they show a larger space.


**I am in the process of building the syringe for my display. I hope to have that completed by the end of next week.


2 thoughts on “Project 4 | Module 11”

  1. I love the images you added to the timeline–they make it even more interesting. I also like the donut chart you added and how it helped balance out the middle section. Can’t wait to see how it looks on the syringe! Good luck 🙂


  2. Preslee you are rocking this! Your poster and information are wonderful! You’ve done a great job taking a complex and controversial topic and made it easy to digest. I would have LOVED a vac schedule like the one you have created when my kids were little. I’m excited to see where you take this! How do you plan to make it interactive? 😀


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