- improved resolution
- plastified, durable, "beautiful", posters
- QR codes as magnets for white boards around school
- A symbol in common between the four QR code posters to tie them together
The class ended with an overall conclusion of the process from each team. Our team called our product the SCANEMY "scan the academy" a catchy name that also combined the 'fun' part sense of our teenage audience to the Innovation Academy. What I enjoyed the most out of the experience was the chance to act and produce as a company would in the real world outside the classroom: separating the ideas, prototyping quickly and taking fast changing desitions that lead to un going improvement of the product. I liked that we actually DID the prototypes and didn't leave them as hanging ideas. By testing them we got a glimpse of what worked and what the best way to transmit news to our community will be. Now the real challenge will be deciding on who we want to be in total: combining the most successful products we have and making them one solid project that we will carry. Before, I thought that getting the idea was the tough part but now I think that the hardest part in a process is starting to put an idea into action- consolidating a concept and working hard for it. It's up to us to make the new media system in FDR a success! Go IA!