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Congested Market - A Micro-Short

My drive to work takes more than 2 hours in morning jam. Boss told me his commute is the most productive time – thanks to his driver, he gets to reply mail, review projects, fire people, all before he even gets into the office. 57 more words

Writing

Design Iterations

Future Development Opportunities

With future development of my interactive graphic, instead of using a bounding box I would encase the dancers in an outline around their physical body, as well as incorporating a constantly changing background. 112 more words

Design Iterations

Design Iterations

Final Evaluation 

Within the management environment iterative process, it is essential to review evaluation as a key stage to a products development. This specific iterative process allows the ability for us to re-evaluate, improve and redefine a design, and therefore create potential future development opportunities. 162 more words

Design Iterations

Design Iterations

Evaluation Of User Testing

Within this process I elected to choose user testing to help evaluate the success of my interactive information graphic with its reflection of key concepts. 197 more words

Design Iterations

Design Iterations

Reflection Of The Concepts

In reflecting upon my interactive information graphic (product) and its response to the brief, I found it correlated extremely well. The reason being that it was displayed on one of the public screens in Weymouth House, Bournemouth University but also it reflected upon concepts we perceive to be key to our 21st Century media experience. 343 more words

Design Iterations

Design Iterations

User Testing – Interviews

In acquiring feedback for my interactive graphic, I interviewed both dancers and audience participants. The questions I asked in the interviews were drawn up prior to my user testing plan. 53 more words

Design Iterations

Learning to Fly

As you read this I am likely on a plane, medicated and trying desperately to focus on the destination.

I’m not a good flyer. I never used to be afraid to board an airplane. 373 more words

Anxiety