Week 1: 01 Activity

As long as we have each other we will never run out of problems…

Here is my initial brainstorming using my pencil and pad whilst we chatted in the webinar. 
I think that I have an app that will help make this clearer for sharing as the image is pretty poor quality here on the blog. I also have an app that will record the sequence of my ideas as a video but I haven’t used that before.   
I will update this post after I’ve tried out a few of these options. 
I know that the next step in this process is to get to know the research facilities that Falmouth has to offer as there are other tasks on the board to try out. 
We will also be sharing and getting feedback from each other via a discussion forum. 
It was really great to meet our Tutor for this module and get to our team a little better. 
After some testing of my apps I think the app I thought recorded ideation brainstorming was Adobe Draw but it seems that this app no longer has this facility.

Here is another brainstorm I have drawn on my iPad with my Apple Pencil.

I’m unsure as to whether this will work but I have managed to download a video of my ideation brainstorming process via Adobe Draw. 
Okay, so it seems that my blog will not accept an .m4v video downloaded from google drive and so I’ve set up a YouTube channel for the course and have loaded the video here. 
The video recording is a time lapse of my drawing and does indicate the sequence of my thought process but the video is far too fast. It’s not possible to edit the video in Adobe Draw and the only way to alter the speed would be in an editing software such as adobe premier pro or final cut. 
I think I will have to find a more direct and effect way of communicating my thought process because I don’t want the technology to get in the way of my thoughts. 
I always tend to use a pencil and paper in front of the person/team I’m working with. 
Mmmmm… what to do? 
I can add another process which uploads the video to adobe Clip as I can slow the video down by 50% and then upload to YouTube. 
This process is rather clunky though and I’m going to have to investigate this further. 

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