• Question: what's the most confusing project you have ever done?

    Asked by dancer10 to Aislinn, Nathan, Padraic, Sinead on 11 Feb 2015.
    • Photo: Sinead Quirke

      Sinead Quirke answered on 11 Feb 2015:


      Any project that doesn’t have clear objectives. If this is missing I wouldn’t even start a project as you are doomed to failure.

    • Photo: Padraic Morrissey

      Padraic Morrissey answered on 11 Feb 2015:

      I think like Sinead, the most confusing projects are the ones that don’t have very clear objective from the start. There have been a few that I worked on where things were being planned only a few days in advanced, which made it very frustrating to work on. The way I like things best is when you know what the overall goal is and also the steps along the way. I think they end up being the best projects to work on!

    • Photo: Aislinn Coghlan

      Aislinn Coghlan answered on 11 Feb 2015:


      Hmm I would say the most confusing project I’ve ever worked was one in college. We didn’t really know a lot about the subject, and one of my team mates had fell behind but instead of telling me he would just make up figures and tell them to me.

      I would then be left scratching head as to why everything wasn’t working out! In the end I had a chat with him and he ended up doing quite well in the end. It was a really good learning experience.