Week 7 has been fun! The daily creates were a blast and the wealth of comments really help you feel like your work is appreciated!
The daily creates gave us some awesome prompts to work with all week, my favorite one that got a lot of attention was the one pictured above, the “heel concept” idea. Here, I used an old protein container that I had just emptied out earlier that day as my heel. Can’t say that it was very comfortable, so props go to all the women out there for sacrificing yourselves to look nice in a pair of heels! Although, I am sure they are at least designed to be a little more comfortable than standing on a protein jug!
On top of the awesome daily creates, our radio show is now completed! Our group made so much progress in the first week, that our second week almost seemed like a breeze. At least for me. We had some exceptional group members that really out-did themselves on this project. I couldn’t have asked for a more solid group to work with.
— Emily Bostaph (@EmilyBostaph) February 28, 2015
As you can see by my week 2 progress report, I was very pleased with ALL of my group members and I would venture to say that this is the best group I have been a part of thus far in my college career. Not only do I believe that we did an exceptional job, but it was a good time hanging with these guys! I mean, how could anyone be upset with free pizza! Enough rambling, check out the Noir We There Yet radio show below!
Since this was the big assignment for the week, let me go on about how happy I am about how this turned out. It is weird how my voice sounds when recorded, but overall the show itself turned out awesome and I had a great time doing it!
— Spencer Scott (@spencer_cscott) March 2, 2015
Takeaway from Week 7:
The main thing I learned is the fact that maybe group work isn’t SO bad. The trick is, finding a solid team that you can work with. Building a team that quickly is tough, but many times (in the field that I work in), learning who to put on certain projects is essential to the success of the project. Developing a plan and sticking to it is also very important to the success of the team and project as a whole. I believe that the Noir We There Yet team did a wonderful job at accomplishing this feat. Thanks for a great experience guys!