Our team consists of 6 different members, each one with their own area of specialty. Andrew was the team's main writer. William was the web designer/programmer. Park was our Flash artist. Alexi did various tasks, such as setting up the survey, and getting pictures. Chris also helped find pictures and other resources, along with other various jobs. Long was our translator. There was no one person who did everything; every person helped to contribute a different piece to the puzzle. Everybody helped each other out in one way or another, whether it was swapping ideas with one another, or providing constructive criticism that helped shape the final product, something that was no longer created by one person, but the ideas of many. For example, while William was creating the website, other members would constantly be comment and providing criticism to help shape it into a better design.
Another thing that our collaboration helped to overcome was our shortcomings. Some members were not able to do things as well as they wanted; when that happened, they would seek the help of another member. Everybody got help in some way or another from each and every team member. Andrew, for example, was short of time to write more, so some of our other team members such as Alexi and Chris stepped in to to help him, by writing various topics for him. Another example was the process of creating the RPG's. William was unable to draw characters that he liked, so Park stepped in and did the drawing for him in his time of need, and did a suberb job.
Throughout the entire process, working together helped us build a strong sense of teamwork. You always knew that whatever you did, the others were there to back you up if you needed them. One of the great things about Thinkquest is the teamwork skills you get out of it.