WORKSHOP: What am I doing? Position or frame my project (Jason + Karl, Tim)
- Name your project – make sure it’s current tense, like it already exists
- Keep it achievable
- Minimum viable project
- What do I have to do
- What is just a nice to do
- STOP putting off starting to design to do more research – BAD
- Better to have small idea that is perfectly formed rather than the best idea ever and it’s not well done
I intend to facilitate a better communication system for patients and staff in an urgent care waiting room through the use of trans-media.
Skill – Experience Design
Shannon and Weaver’s 1949 Model of Communication
Can be multiple mediums or they can be fat or small
- Make sure the call to action is beneficial
- Have a narrative
Human-Centred Persuasive Framework
In this task aim to sort out audience, subject, media and context
This is the human-centred persuasive framework for Jason’s Masters project.
Make sure you are working in a human-centred framework, people lead different lives so they consume different media and have different needs.
- Change perception of self so that they can help just a little bit
Message + Media = The narrative
Motivations + Benefits are like the foundations for a bridge across the “chasm of barriers”
- What happens if you change the context?
- When marking, the lecturers are going to mark it as if they were the patient
- Could I do an installation? Is it going to be challenged? What context do I need to put it in?
- Have a mantra
- Stop chasing your tail
- Make people understand the triage system, make people aware of it
- Why should the patient wait? what’s in it for them?
- Why should patients care about my project?
- It’s for the patient, not to be sold
- It’s helping patients, everything else doesn’t matter
- HAS TO BE EASIER than asking a nurse where in line they are
- Think of the benefits of your project from the audience’s perspective: What’;s in it for me? … or … Why should I care?