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Friday, 13 November 2009 12:01

It's Friday today, and I am going through my usual process of catching up on all the backlogged minutes. So fear not all you avid Saturn Design enthusiasts, updates are on the way! More information will be revealed as usual in our quarterly newsletter, on the off chance that such a thing exists one day. It's interesting listening to the recordings of old meetings again now that they are out of date, especially the 30th October ones where we had a chat with Brian and Phil which led to the re-conception of the very fundamentals of our project. Our problem was twofold. Firstly: profiling and categorizing (<- Z or S? Cast your votes cause I don't bleedin' know! Google Chrome is happy with Z, but they're American) people into appropriate groups, and secondly retaining test subjects for two separate sessions. The latter was always going to be problematic, what with the needles and experimental drugs we'd be using if I had my way.

The solution was to not let me have my way, and also to reduce our experiment to one artefact, although in our report we will mention the second artefact as an area of further study if we were given more time and willing subjects. As for profiling, we will be splitting subjects into four psychological groups using the Keirsey Temperament Sorter, which is just a quick google search away if you are interested.

We also got a good tearing into for our report writing after the submission of the design document, which is fair enough. We now know how to improve it for the final report so that we don't, you know, fail miserably!

Luke

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