First of all the professor repeated that blogging shouldn’t be a burden, but something in our advantage, mainly because of the fast feedback we can get from other people. We should also post our session evaluations soon enough, so that they can still be of any use for the next session. I guess I’m already a bit too late with this post, sorry.
Anyway, some positive notes about last session: less talking, more working; good feedback; and a nice overview of what we could use for our digital prototypes. Quite surprisingly the first digital version of our app must be released before the Easter Holidays, which is sooner than most of us expected. We probably wanted to know this a bit earlier. It’s not that it won’t be achievable, but together with all our other deadlines it will be tight.
A final remark: Professor Duval took a look at our planning and adviced that, in order to have a testable digital version before the holidays, we should only focus on the main functionality: finding and inviting partners and choosing time slots to make spaghetti. I personally found it a pity that some things (like choosing a dish) were set aside, but it’s probably best to do so.