Project management requires the following phases: beginning, planning, execution, control and closure. Without an end date, the proposed goals can be jeopardized, so it’s crucial to stick to a schedule.
In this workshop we review the keys to planning an animation project and answer the questions: When, how and what to plan in an animated series or film.
Plan to keep the project under control, identify lags, analyze project status, and monitor.
Who is it aimed at?
This masterclass is aimed at professionals and students who have the need to manage an animation project, whether it is a short film or a television series.
- Aspects of a project
- Roles in the production department
- Definition of project and related elements: Scope, time, resources, quality, cost and risk:
- Definition of the scope of a project
- Compilation of requirements
- Determine activities
- Determine duration of activities
- Resource estimation
- Planning: master plan and execution schedule by departments:
- Definition phases, processes and subprocesses (task breakdown)
- Estimation of time/people per process
- Duration of processes/tasks
- Profiles associated with each process
- Aggregation of date and total project effort calculation