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    • How to de ne client’s needs when initiating an interactive project? by Annika, Ivan and Lutfur
    • What is a project? ‣ A project is an assigned work that could be set by client with certain time period and cost. ‣ It is sort of extended working module is running parallel with the core company.
    • Interactive Media Project ‣ Combine core professional skills with business and management (England & Finney: Managing Interactive Media. 2007, p2) ‣ Interactive Media Project is a term used to manage a working formation, perceiving user’s interest as well as client demands to nd out pro table result.
    • General structure of the project It is framed within time, cost and quality and look like triangular eld Time Budget Quality
    • Life Cycle of Interactive Media Project - Including the following stages in life cycle of an interactive media project; ‣ The start phase ‣ Content de nition, selection and structuring ‣ Layout, look and feel of the content ‣ Functionality or the navigation bet pieces of the content ‣ Tracking and monitoring of the content (England & Finney: Managing Interactive Media. 2007, p2)
    • (Some) ways a commissioner company (the client) can get in touch with a developer company ‣ On-going and return business ‣ Tenders, Two types of clients; Public and Private. ‣ Trough-the-Door ‣ Market lead project initiation ‣ Interactive games
    • (Some) ways a commissioner company (the client) can get in touch with a developer company ‣ On-going and return business is where the client has hired this particular developer company previously and keep returning with more work ‣ Tenders, Two types of clients; Public and Private. ‣ Trough-the-Door ‣ Market lead project initiation ‣ Interactive games Interactive Media Design . Production and Management
    • (Some) ways a commissioner company (the client) can get in touch with a developer company ‣ On-going and return business ‣ Tenders, Two types of clients; Public and Private. In the public sector there are legal requirements that effect the tendering procedure which don’t exist in the public sector. Pitch for work. ‣ Trough-the-Door ‣ Market lead project initiation ‣ Interactive games
    • (Some) ways a commissioner company (the client) can get in touch with a developer company ‣ On-going and return business ‣ Tenders, Two types of clients; Public and Private. ‣ Trough-the-Door is when a client directly contact the developer ‣ Market lead project initiation ‣ Interactive games
    • (Some) ways a commissioner company (the client) can get in touch with a developer company ‣ On-going and return business ‣ Tenders, Two types of clients; Public and Private. ‣ Trough-the-Door ‣ Market lead project initiation where the developer is the one who initiate the project by recognizing a need within the market ‣ Interactive games
    • (Some) ways a commissioner company (the client) can get in touch with a developer company ‣ On-going and return business ‣ Tenders, Two types of clients; Public and Private. ‣ Trough-the-Door ‣ Market lead project initiation ‣ Interactive games inspired through the movie and music industry where the developer uses the money from the latest hit to create new titles
    • Initiating a interactive project (or any design project) When initiating a project it is important to get the needed information so that the project can be a successful one. This should be done before the project starts so that everyone is clear about what is to be done, how much it shall cost and the time-frame of the project.
    • Scoping the project ‣ the business case ‣ business objectives ‣ user objectives ‣ the target audience, their present pro le and behaviour with the relevant technology ‣ the proposed timescale ‣ the name of the budget holder ‣ the likely budget ‣ the present technology infrastructure the client has available ‣ any preferences for features (perhaps they have seen some features used by competitors) ‣ any known constrains ‣ contact information with named people to consult and work with ‣ the sign-off authority and turn-around time for sign-off
    • Scoping is crucial ‣ irrespective to size or cost scoping is crucial for a successful project. ‣ Forced to start with little information? - make it clear in writing exactly what you will do based on the information you got, but you will revise the schedule and costs according to further information ‣ Involve your whole team and specialists when scoping information
    • To show that you are the right company for the job ‣ Collect the right information ‣ Translating this information into appropriated solutions ‣ Showing that this solutions suits the client’s needs
    • ‣ De ning stakeholders ‣ Creating lists ‣ Using matrixes for locating stakeholders possible in uences
    • ‣ RACI responsibility chart ( Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, Informed ) ‣ Communication chart ( Type, Format, Frequency, Method)