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Title: DIDO2 Team Presentation


1
DIDO2 Team Presentation
  • Why Teams Do Work
  • Michelle Dalmau, Matt Dever,
  • Andrew Stevens and Charlene Wagner

2
Introductions
  • Team Members Michelle, Matt, Andrew and Charlene
  • Digital Images Delivered Online (DIDO), Version 2
    (DIDO2)
  • Create an Image Repository
  • Enhance browsing and searching
  • Provide ability to generate presentations for
    class lectures / study guides

3
Why teams work
  • Inclusive decision making
  • Willingness to contribute and discuss ideas
    freely
  • Team members respect and value each other
  • Team developed strong interpersonal bonds
  • Commitment to team goals over personal goals

4
Group Decision Making
  • All the pluses of Consensus and none of the
    minuses
  • All the pluses of Expert and none of the minus
  • All the pluses of Authority Rule With
    Discussion and none of the minuses

5
Deferential Democracy
  • Metaphor for our team process
  • Our expert was connected, and was afforded
    respect
  • Our expert respected us in return, and no ideas
    were ignored
  • We used an amalgamation of the models described
    earlier, which left us in a perpetual state of
    productiveness (versus corruptiveness)

6
Work Process
  • Held regular meetings
  • Primarily used for planning, exchanging
    information, and dividing labor.
  • Multiple electronic means of communication
  • E-mail discussion list
  • Shared server space
  • Yahoo e-mail archive and group calendar
  • Group web portal

7
Team Work Flow
Fine Arts Faculty -Primary user group -many
variations in teaching styles some rely on DIDO
and like resources for lectures, others DONT
Survey
Professor Hara -Identify timelines and
project guidelines -Provide information
and feedback
Fine Arts Slide Library -Gatekeeper of DIDO
-responsible for adding images and
metadata -help recruit users
Limited time and faculty participation
Digital Library Program -Technical support for
DIDO -host collection and images, -provide
best practices for digitization
Michelle -Liason between project team and other
stakeholders -Contribute specialized skills
Meeting agendas and moments -Method for
monitoring progress
Matt -Contribute outside perspective and
specializedskills
DIDO2 Portal Page -Enables easy access to
shared work
Charlene -Contribute outside perspective and
specialized skills
provide continuous input and feedback
Yahoo Calendars -Help with scheduling
Difficult to maintain
Andrew -Contribute outside perspective and
specialized skills
Difficult to maintain
Asynchronous communciation
Group Space on Ella -Enables document sharing
DIDO2 Team
Majordomo email list -allowed for
continuous communication
-Create work models -Participate in user
interviews -Identify and prototype design
ideas -Collaborate in all aspects of team
project -Identify and monitor project timelines
8
Team Artifacts/Tools
  • Team portal page
  • Yahoo Group Calendar
  • Shared server space on Ella
  • Majordomo email list
  • Syllabus
  • Contextual Design Book

9
Team Sequence Model
10
Team Physical Model
11
DIDO2 Team Cultural Model
12
Group stages
  • Forming, storming, norming, performing Moving
    teams through stages of success
  • Forming
  • -identifying similarities, expectations, and
    purpose
  • Storming
  • -identifying roles and responsibilities
  • Norming
  • -forming of strong group relationship
  • Performing
  • -time of personal growth and group
    accomplishment

13
Forming
  • Quick formation! As you can see by our first
    meetings agenda
  • Learned about each other current areas of
    expertise, interests, weaknesses
  • Explained context (DLP/Slide Library, see
    cultural model)
  • Reviewed problem definition and general interests
    in the proposed project
  • Reviewed existing DIDO 2 documentation (survey
    results)
  • Starter tasks assigned

14
Storming
  • A time of stressful negotiation of the terms
    under which the team will work together, a trial
    by fire
  • Members brought a wealth of experience with them
    to the group
  • A coherent and focused team developed from the
    onset
  • The project was well-defined

15
Group Norming
  • The group as a whole gains in focus and
    unanimity.
  • Constant state of norming
  • Re-normed as needed to adapt to new tasks at
    hand
  • Continuous and fluid sharing of information and
    ideas

16
Performing
  • Group entered the "performing" stage very quickly
    out of necessity
  • Early consensus on team goals helped coalesce
    members' commitment.
  • Frequent informal team communication kept
    everyone informed of each member's tasks and
    requirements from others
  • The team's intimacy helped ensure easy, casual
    intra-team communication

17
Teams Current State
  • Experiencing disconnect between class
    requirements and actual project evolution
  • From engaging, deliberate work (thru contextual
    inquiries) to fragmented, rushed work
  • Prototyping -- huge leap with only 4 contextual
    inquiries documented. Hi-Fi, grayscale screen
    designs, work in progress.
  • Usability Testing -- due too soon! Difficult to
    recruit faculty this time of year. Considering
    alternatives to Walkthrough such as guided
    Heuristic Evaluation.
  • Working to keep overall purpose, which exceeds
    classroom expectations, in sight

18
The DIDO2 Team Perseveres
Teamwork by Keith Haring
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