My portfolio post about re[Mod] is available to look over now, and discusses my primary roles for the project. Thanks again to Max Sanel, Charlie Carucci, and Tyler Bolster–the other members of the team–for making all of this possible.
The fall semester is coming to a close, and we’re all completing our closing kits, tying up loose ends, and prepping to move forward into next semester. The good news is that re[Mod] was one of the projects selected by the faculty to move forward into full production in the spring semester. That was an incredible bit of validation for the entire team, and we’re all excited to get started with our new team members. First, though, we all need to reflect on the successes and failures of the project, and the things we learned.