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Team Blog Joomla! - the dynamic portal engine and content management system http://saturn-design.co.uk/blogs/team Sat, 15 Dec 2018 18:18:52 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Foundations http://saturn-design.co.uk/blogs/team/42-team-blog-week-1 http://saturn-design.co.uk/blogs/team/42-team-blog-week-1 This week has mostly been focused on the administration side of the project. We established means of communications and created a website through which we can exchange our research, post our blogs, and receive comments from tutors all in one place.

We agreed to meet every Wednesday at 1pm at flat 21 in halls. Rich photocopied the project proposals for each team member. The team decided on a design for website from a list. As a group we decided that Neverwinter Nights 2 was a good engine to work with, as we all agreed our project should be down the path of NPC/Human interaction and bonding. We agreed on some prominent NPCs in games to investigate, such as Alyx Vance from Half-Life 2, The Dog from Fable 2, and potentially Aeris/Aerith from Final Fantasy VII, although Luke and Lloyd agreed that Final Fantasy IX and X had better character development. Towards the end of the meeting, priority was placed upon having the website up and running by the following week, although preferably by the Friday meeting with Brian/Phil, but due to unforeseen circumstances regarding internet connection was pushed back.

The website was created by Rich, who also obtained the URL and hosting, and took a lot of effort on his part, but has put the team off to a great start. Ross worked on the logo for the group in Photoshop, creating a great logo that fits in with the design of the website. Luke took the recording of our meeting and transcribed it all before sending it to all members, and helped Rich test out the website. Lloyd offered to create the original team blog, to be edited later on.


lloydus2@hotmail.com (Lloyd) Team Blog Tue, 06 Oct 2009 00:03:15 +0000