to choose an emotion and act it out, without using words - Act out at least two different emotions Happiness Sadness Fear Depression Confusion Boredom Anger Excitement Sorrow Pride Disgust Relief Shame Frustration Joy
called ‘The Camera Shop’. • They sell lots of diﬀerent cameras and photography gear to a variety of customers, though most of them are passionate photographers. • They want to know how they can appeal to customers who don’t consider themselves photographers and who spend less on cameras (because there are a lot more of these people than the passionate photographers). • Before they commission a large piece of research, they want to see what insight we can give about this audience. • We need to quickly create a comic that shares some of the problems and potenDal soluDons The Camera Shop could provide to laymen photographers.
new compact camera. • He has shopped around, but has been overwhelmed by the variety and choice of cameras. • He doesn’t want a lot of fancy features, but he does care about the image quality. • He has up to £100 to spend. • He is looking for help to make a decision.
camera because his current one has broken. He wants to replace his camera before he goes on holiday. • He has looked on several websites, but has been overwhelmed by the choice. He needs help to reﬁne appropriate cameras into a more manageable shortlist, or even to ﬁnd the best one for him. • The site or app needs to allow him to control his searching and browsing so he can manage the volume of results. It needs to give him choice but not overwhelm him. • He needs to be able to look at cameras based on their size (he wants it to be compact), their image quality (it needs to take nice pictures) and its price (it must be under £100).
camera has broken 3. Bob looks for cameras online 4. Bob gets overwhelmed 5. Bob ﬁnds The Camera Shop 6. Bob ﬁnds ‘The Compact Camera’ ﬁnder 7. Bob ﬁlters compact cameras by price and size 8. Bob ﬁnds a camera he is interested in 9. Bob browses photos taken with the camera from Flickr 10. Bob feels saPsﬁed and purchases the camera
garden, enjoying the sun. At 3pm Jack falls over and hits his head. A bump appears. Karen takes Jack and Sophie in doors. He wont stop crying. She becomes worried. Sophie starts to get scared and upset.
she knows there’s one nearby, but she’s not sure where it is. Karen uses her PC laptop to search for the hospital. Once she’s found the right hospital, she puts its postcode into her phone which has a sat-nav app on it.
postcode, only one has an A&E department. There are road works near the hospital. The hospital car park is pay and display. There are limited parent and child parking spaces at the North entrance. There is a shop and café at the hospital which close at 5pm. Sophie and Jack usually eat at 5:30pm.