Different Ways We Communicated

While I was designing the Digi-Pak I wanted some feedback from my partner to help me select the correct colour scheme that goes with the theme of the album as well as the website therefore, we exploited an app called ‘Snapchat’ which allows the user to send a ‘snap’ or image to the chosen person which would be my partner for 10 seconds or less for them to have a quick peak. I sent images of my Digipak while I was creating it and made changes where necessary from several feedbacks got from Snapchat or Whats App. To communicate we have used various digital technologies including apps such as Whats App, Snap Chat also iMessage. Using theses communication technologies allowed me and my partner to communicated various ways as well as get feedback and offer any suggestions through sending images, videos or simply text. This was the best way to communicate as were transferring information and guiding each other to further develop and improve the production work. Email was also used to send attachments or work, images, embedded codes and other documents in relation to the production preparation. WhatsApp Messenger uses our phone's internet connection to send and receive messages, pictures, audio, video and location which was beneficial when communicating and getting messages and information across to my partner.

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Use of snap chat - sending snaps me creating digipak to my partner.

Feedback is important as it helps each other get on track, it serves as a guide to assist us to know how perceive our performance is. Feedback also helped us come up with ideas that I may not have thought of, therefore it is beneficial to take on someone else's advice and feedback as it can improve the quality of the work. This helped us to contribute in each others individual production work such as the website and digipak, however by doing this, we ended up creating the website and the digipak together. This helped contribute to my production as it created different ideas that we have not thought of.