Professional practice: session 4 (Friday 19th Feb)

Reflection: what is Economic experience?

An experience add value of a product, people will pay more for an experience rather than the product.

Examples of economic experience

  • Frankie & Benny’s – pay more for the experience of being in a place of a Italian American setting suggested through the music that is played in the background, American diner seating and workers uniform as well as pay more for experience of food from a different culture
  • Costa coffee – proceeds go to farmers who grow the coffee beans; customers feel like they are helping other people who are in need
  • 4D golf – rather than playing orginal golf people are able to play golf with 3D effects as well as sound and air effects.
  • Subway – people are able to watch their food being made which they are unable to do else where
  • Handmade/crafted products – people can buy personalised products with a persons name or personlised message on the product
  • Nostaligic experience – people like to buy a product that reminds them of a memory such as a childhood toy

Code of practice

*principles that underpin good practice

  • ¬†Contribute confidently

– engage wit hthe development of ideas and solving problems

-challenge stereotypes and assumptions

-being generous with knowledge and skills

-knowing their worth

  • Prepare thoroughly

– find out about whom and how they will be working

-research; context, legislative implications, local environment concerns, potential impact and intersts of partners and colleagues

  • Collabrative creatively

– by establishing mutual respect and recognition though indentifying shared goals, encouraging the views of others, welcoming open and informed discussion, valuing complementary skills and cooperating in achieving a vision without losing sight of their own identity and integrity

  • Aim high

-aspire to ring quality to everything they do whether presetning ideas, managing professional relationships or producing the work

*The Code of practice for the visual arts for organisations (book)

 

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