Determining whether a design is visually satisfying has much to
do with subjective
preferences. Evaluation of a design as a valid solution to a particular
problem, however, might be objective.
The following is a list of questions that could help to establish
a set of criteria:
Is there room for further improvement?
Can the student tell what that is?
The above criteria are arranged somewhat
in a descending order of importance. All the questions reflect
the discipline of the design profession and demand positive answers,
although there are different levels of achievement in each case.