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

With our idea/product, we had to think about two different scenarios or locations, as it is not just used in one place by one type of user. That is why, we had to come up with an entire story, starting from the Pyschologists therapy room, going to how the user gets the product and finally how the user makes use of it at home. With that in mind, we worked through different shots and scenes, without giving away the product from the beginning, and just creating an interesting enough story for the viewer, so at the end the product and its use gets revealed.

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

As I mentioned above, we worked out a story of getting the interest of the viewer with just the psychologist, therapy room and patient, up until the end when the product is visible and the viewer can finally see how it works and why.

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

We did not discuss a particular audience, but I guess the parents and psychologists are going to be the main audience for this product. As the patient is mainly a child, the interest of its use and functionality is directed to the professionals.