We first looked at four stages of wayfinding:
- Orientation –
Attempt to determine one’s location, in relation to objects that may be nearby and the desired destination.
- Route Decision –
The selection of a course of direction to the destination.
- Route Monitoring –
Making sure the selected route is heading towards destination.
- Destination Recognition –
When the destination is recognised.
We were then split into groups and had to create a short video from one place to another, taking a series of photos and adding accompanying music on top. The other group took photos from the studio to Goulston Street entrance, whilst the group I was in stayed behind and learned the basics of Premiere.
Premiere is fairly simple to use, but it was nice to know a few tricks and shortcuts to the program and afterwards we got to mess around on it a bit.
Once the other groups returned, we set about ordering the images and adding background music. The group went for the music you usually hear in an elevator, since we had a shot of the lift, which added humour to the video.
You can check out the final video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh5fj3ZjJi4&feature=youtu.be