Interactive Poster Review

Reviewing the independence poster project I think overall it went very well. As documented before, the reception to the poster was largely positive. Also judging my poster’s success against my stated aims it was largely successful. It portrayed many media concepts, albeit in a symbolic way. It was also entertaining to the audience but as […]

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Final Installation

After testing my piece in two different environments I was ready to display my piece in the public foyer. I chose to display my work at the TV screens by the entrance of the foyer as I had learnt from previous testing that the main ¬†footfall is through this entrance. Therefore I had a greater […]

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Skater Testing

After my in-depth interview I needed to test my sketch with a wider audience. I play roller derby and I decided to take my laptop with me to a free skate session to test my sketch out on my team mates. As most people were busy with skating I did not want to disturb them […]

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User Testing: Interview

After coming up with an interactive Processing sketch that I was happy with, I wanted to test it out on others to see how they would react to it and also how the sketch reacts with multiple people on screen. To start with, I decided to show it to a flat mate and thankfully she […]

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Creating a Visual Style

After experimenting with the basic mechanics for the birds in my project, I needed to create a visual style for the birds and the sketch in general. I decided to look into some different art movements and construction techniques to gain inspiration for my project. One of the first things I looked into was based […]

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Aims and Goals

After finishing up with the Dorset Poster-mini project I thought it was be good to contextualize what I had learned and use it to come up with some mission goals for the main project, to design and make an interactive digital poster. The stated aim of the brief was to elucidate or explain a digital […]

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