The research instrument will be based on a pilot study in which the researcher recently participated. Research was conducted on a similar graphics-based educational tool to this applied project. That study served as a pilot test for this project in that similar cognitive measures for an educational multimedia presentation were being examined. The student sample will be divided into two groups: a control group that will receive a written explanation of the design process steps, and an experimental treatment group that will view the music video that implements the written explanation. The study will be conducted first by administering a chronological ordering-based pre-test to participants before receive any content. The control group will then review a handout of the creative design cycle, and the experimental group will view the multimedia piece (video). The participants in each group will then take the same post-test, which will consist of numerical ordering questions and multiple choice questions to assess the cognitive learning and learning approach. An open question will also be on the post-test, recording the participants� perspective on the method of learning they were given.