This week was more relaxed than previous weeks in many ways, however, this was somewhat offset by the fact that it was somewhat difficult to test applications or mockups for older adults. However, it was a very marked attitude of retirees, I associate with the fact that they are people who are no longer subject … Continue reading It was an Interesting Week
Hello, everybody! This week has been different from the others, even in a more relaxed perspective (which would not mean that there would be absolutely no complications). It was a week marked by the models and their results being tested by each of us. In total we made three models of which each member of … Continue reading Group Report – Week 7
The previous week we were able to work on what corresponded to the exploitable opportunities of our project, in fact, we were somewhat behind the rest of the teams. However, through the group activities (which I posted on this blog) we were able to get a better grip on the team and the pace of … Continue reading Solution For
One more week has passed since the challenge began, and we can certainly now register what this "half" experience has been like. First of all, it is important to stress how "different" and "challenging" it is to work with very different profiles (in terms of culture, professions, feelings, etc.). This has undoubtedly allowed for a … Continue reading A Regular Week
Humans can differ from animals and machines in many ways (beyond a debate about whether or not we are part of the animal kingdom). Our behaviour and culture is largely a product of our choices, our desires, the actors with whom we interact, our genetic predisposition, and even our motivations (whether internal or external). We … Continue reading Beyond the Challenge
This week we set out to visit a medical centre that would concentrate a large number of elderly people, so that we could interview as many of them as possible and determine the direction of our project (in terms of data collection and analysis). Our first big mistake was just to go without any formal … Continue reading The Meeting at CESFAM
On Saturday afternoon I was determined to interview a pastor of the evangelical church related to older adults, and it was certainly a helpful interview. The name of this pastor is Italo Soto, and the interview was conducted in the commune of Talagante. I first asked him his opinion of and experience with older people, … Continue reading The Opinion of the Protestant Church
It all started on Monday with the ING2004 course, where we could see presentations with an outline based on: a Checklist, Project Background and the application of Reverse Engineering. The difference between the scenery map and the map of the journey was also raised. This difference was mainly due to the fact that the journey … Continue reading So, What Happened This Week at ING2004?