1) How did thinking in terms of shots and scenes influence your approach to communicating your design concept?

The form of scenes and shots makes it easier to communicate the design concept than simple descriptions or a single sketch since it is able to present the functions and operating system of the concept. I’m able to draw the elements and details of the new technology and apply it in a particular situation to demonstrate the use this technology. For example, I can present to users how to use a “sensor ring” to detect whether someone is following them.

2) What motivated your choice of storyline structure? Can you think of an exemplar from a film that uses the same structure?

We chose the liner story line which construct by who, what, when, where why and how. Firstly we introduced the character and time & location the story happened. And then shot the problem they met and how they solved it. This is a very traditional structure of films, TV series like “the big bang theory” usually start with shotting the daily life of the main characters and then followed by their frustrations.


3) What choices did you make about audience and style? Were they related?

Our target audience is single female since our product is designed for this group. The style we chose is handheld shot which present the story in first person’s perspective because we tried to make a connection with the audience to make them feel more involved.