When I went downstairs for lunch, I could see them drawing sketches, thinking and talking out possible ideas. It was very interesting to see how many ideas were thrown out but only one or two were actually evolved and developed more in detail.
The most important thing is not only to have the talent but the attitude. Yes the people were angry and at times frustrated but as their ideas got REJECTED and they joked around and new ideas were created and then amazing concepts were build. The first idea is not always going to be the final product; from the first time it is shown it will have many changes before actually becoming a final product. It is all part of the process.
It was interesting to see the different ideas they came up and how they thought through the shoes of the costumers to come up with things consumer would really connect to. This also allowed them to make it fun and entertaining. Creating ideas can be frustrating but it can also be very fun and exciting once you are on the right track!
My friend Melissa laughed and told me to get out so we could leave outside. Along with the rest of the people we went down the stairs calmly and then met up with the rest who where outside already. I was very scared, my legs and hands were trembling; the earthquake was very hard. However, what kept me calmed was the peacefulness and tranquility of the people around me. In school we've never had a real situation so I never knew how the shock actually felt. In situations like this the most important thing is to be calmed down, find the closest exit and wait in the safest area. By loosing controlled and receiving the situation stressed out worst things can happen.