During the entire paragon project there has been numerous problems that I and the group as a whole have had to overcome in order to create the best product we possibly could. To do this the project and the problems involved with it needed to be analyzed and addressed from a range of different perspectives, doing this made it so we wasn’t just looking at this project as students handing in some work for a grade. The importance at looking at out work from other perspectives can’t be understated for example if we showed information to the public using overly technical language the chances are the majority of people won’t understand. Other perspectives I looked at the group work from:
- Client – I would imagine will be happy with how the project is developing and looking forward to us presenting it in September. The client makes historical accuracy more important as it is potentially being presented in the history center.
- Peers/Group – I believe the group is satisfied with what we have produced, personally I’m a little disappointed we wasn’t able to complete Paragon square as it would of created some nice shots. Knowing my own work was going to be viewed and critiqued by my peers made me push myself more to produce a better final product.
- Tutors – I hope the tutors are pleased with what we have produced and will be looking forward to where we take the project from here.
- General Public – Will be impressed that we have been able to recreate the station and some of the surrounding area. Most likely won’t fully understand the processes and how long it takes to create a project like this.
- Gameplay (Only looked at for the interactive environments module)