GDD730 – Module 2: Week 2: Team Ideation

The aim of my role at work is to set up projects for success. I have enjoyed the initiation stage of team formation. I think establishing good practice and structure at the early stage will help us throughout the delivery process. This week I have set up a FigJam white board space for the teamContinue reading “GDD730 – Module 2: Week 2: Team Ideation”

GDD730 – Module 2: Week 1: Team Formation Coordination

I am excited to embark on the Co-creative Design and Development Practice Module. My preference would always be to work collaboratively as part of a team. I am also looking forward to being part of a multidisciplinary team and having the opportunity to learn from my peers and impart my knowledge As part of theContinue reading “GDD730 – Module 2: Week 1: Team Formation Coordination”

Module 1: Week 12: Personal Case Study Video

Sources:  [image] Available at: <http://Attention Required! [Online]. Cloudflare. Available at: http://www.pexels.com/photo/3-vhs-tape-on-top-of-table-157543/ (Accessed: 13 May 2021).> [Accessed 1 May 2021]. Waldock, B., 2015. Being agile in business : discover faster, smarter, leaner ways to succeed at work. Harlow, England: Pearson. Dennison, P., 2010. Reflective practice: The enduring influence of Kolb’s experiential learning theory. Compass: The Journal of LearningContinue reading “Module 1: Week 12: Personal Case Study Video”

Module 1: Week 12: Personal Case Study Transcript

Introduction Hello, I am Claire I am studying for a Masters in User Experience Design at Falmouth University. In this video I will be reflecting on my experiences studying the first module Development Practice. I am here fundamentally, I enjoy being creative. I have a BA in art, and a career in project management workingContinue reading “Module 1: Week 12: Personal Case Study Transcript”

Module 1: Week 11: Real Works

Real Works are the Falmouth University Employment Services this week’s challenge activity was to complete The Art of the Approach course. I focused on the Personal Branding element of the course material.  “A “Personal Brand” is the objective, where “Personal Branding” is the process and strategy by which to achieve the objective.” Personal branding isContinue reading “Module 1: Week 11: Real Works”

Module 1: Week 10: Agility

When I think about Agile the key things that spring to mind are iterative delivery, focus on value, ability to adapt, and change direction and collaborative working. The thing that I found most interesting about the course content this week was when Belinda Waldron on the Agile Movement and Practice. “You can apply agile inContinue reading “Module 1: Week 10: Agility”

Module 1 – Week 9 – Second Rapid Ideation

Week 7 Kick-Off  I was excited for the kick-off of the second Rapid Ideation the brief was to create an artefact that solves a problem in a fun and interesting way. The subject for the Hackathon: Real-World Issues Social Issues Economic Issues Healthcare Issues Education Issues Environmental issues In the seminar, we discussed gamification andContinue reading “Module 1 – Week 9 – Second Rapid Ideation”

Module 1 : Week 9 : Communities of Practice

Communities of Practice  I have been reflecting on conferences that I have attended in the past and they have largely been internal corporate conferences and networking events. I find networking in a formal setting quite challenging; I prefer to meet people in more informal events like post-conference drinks or beer and pizza evenings as IContinue reading “Module 1 : Week 9 : Communities of Practice”

Module 1 – Week 8 – Research

I enjoyed this week’s course content regarding the importance of research and the ethical implications. The first exercise presented a series of Case Studies where you are placing yourself in the role of an Ethics Review Committee. This exercise demonstrated that there are instances where instinctively one can make a judgement as to whether aContinue reading “Module 1 – Week 8 – Research”

Module 1: Week 7: Version Control

What a version Control System:  A Version Control System (VCS) is a file repository used to store and reconstruct previous versions of a file. Features of a VCS can include: The basics of version control are the ability to save changes made to files whilst retaining the changes from all previous version: – Track changesContinue reading “Module 1: Week 7: Version Control”