RESEARCH/DEVELOPMENT: This is my voice thread, we used this for a genre analysis on 'indie rock'. We did this before we started to produce any type of video. I needed a clearer understanding of what conventions made up the genre and how we could apply them in our work. This was a good way to give a vocal presentation of our research.
Abandoned pens and other such stationery stand a chance at purposeful usage, thanks to the Pen Printer. The device uses the ink from discarded pens to print on paper. The current tech may not support such an ambitious idea, but it’s worth the exploration,
15 Things You Did Not Know Your iPhone Could Do. Did you change your mind about that text you just tapped in? Shake your phone, and an “Undo Typing” box will come up. If you change your mind shake it again and a redo typing box will pop up
RESEARCH/DEVELOPMENT/PRE PRODUCTION: This is my school gmail, it was helpful in getting an email when one of my production group shared a document with me. It also allowed us to quickly share images and drafts with other members of the group. It helped with organisation and keeping on track on documents.
DEVELOPMENT/FEEDBACK: The Google classroom allowed me to access the blog league and see how my coursework was progressing. This allowed me to gain feedback on my work and enabled me to develop my work further and progress with my production.
PRESENTATION/FEEDBACK&EVALUATION: Here is my instagram feed (ignore the steak and music concert). As well as my personal photos I uploaded little snippets of things our group were up to and how production was going. This was a good way to reference the photos and keep them for blog posts. Instagram enabled me to interact and communicate our progress.
PRESENTATION/FEEDBACK: This is screen grab of my twitter feed. This enabled me to share our drafts for our video for feedback and tweet 'Wolf Alice' to gain permission for their song. Twitter was useful when it came to communicating our product to a wider audience.
DEVELOPMENT: This is a screenshot of our Facebook group chat. This was set up as soon as I found out I was working with Brittany and Rosie, we named it (modestly) the 'dream team'. This was an excellent idea as it allowed us to create clarity over meeting times and to share and delegate responsibility for different shoots. After we started shooting, we added our performers. We used this to direct, organise and brainstorm with them about shoot ideas, as well as confirm times and meeting…
SOURCE OF EVERYTHING: This is my MacBook Pro, I take this with me wherever I go and I complete my work on it. I have most of the software I have mentioned on here, this enables me to keep working on our project. This also allowed me to store our documents and data that was needed to be able to complete the blog and progress.