Looking at feedback
New week! We started the Monday by looking at the feedback we got as a team. Prior to the the meeting I also looked at my individual feedback and made notes on what I wanted to change or do before the final deliverable.
I think we, and me individually, got some very useful feedback, and some not very useful. For one of the teams, I only got my questions answered and nothing else. But, all in all, I got even more feedback for what I should do with the colour adjustments, but I'm actually still not sure exactly what I'm gonna do with it. But, I have more to go off now. I definitely want to look at implement the haptic feedback further, as this was mentioned as everyone to be a good thing.
With the team we decided that we were going to try to put everything together, and then after that work on some individual parts. To make sure it was still valuable to put it together we had a round to discuss if it was necessary. In the end, we agreed that putting it all together would make it easier to display the full functionality of the prototype, and better the "proof of concept" feel, as opposed to having different parts doing different things. We agreed on having this as a main focus, as we didn't know how long it would take.. If we did opposite, worked on our individual improvements first, we might end up being very cramped on putting it all together, which would be less than ideal.
Plan for these next weeks are to meet on Friday to put everything together, and depending on how long that takes (might end up being a long and cumbersome process), we will plan the rest more in detail. But, we roughly agreed to spend around 1 1/2 weeks on putting it together and 1 1/2 weeks on our own individual implementations.
This week I will be working on finishing the haptic feedback I started on Friday, and then meet with the group on Friday. If I have time, I'll start exploring the colour adjustments as well!