Team members are from different countries and continents: the USA, India, Australia, Vietnam, England, and Tunisia enriching their collaboration and infusing team spirit. The team used different means to ensure a continuous collaboration between all members defying different time zones and remote locations. Ngoc posted comments and ideas on the math forum to get feedback and replies. Instant messaging, online chatting, and emails were used on a regular basis to seek clarifications and to offer more guidance.
Ngoc was the devoted and witty researcher and writer who gave rein to her imagination to come up with unique and entertaining storyboards. Linh and Krishna were the talented graphic designers who gave life to the maths movies characters and provided them with appropriate settings. Punit was the team's prime web designer. VietAnh and Son, the amazing programmers, worked together to code and finish the animations. The first draft was sent to Ngoc and the coaches for further revisions.
Punit, VietAnh, and Son worked on the web design by getting feedback from all the team members. Co-operatively, they converted the texts into HTML versions.
As for surveys and interviews, Ngoc set the questions with more suggestions from the team making appeal to her experience as a maths student as well as other team members who are not mathematicians. They added variety to the questions they raised, rooted in their authentic and personal experiences. All the team members and coaches helped spread the surveys and collect data. Ngoc analyzed the collected data and converted them into graphs. In fact, collaboration between team members yielded dividends and helped them to proceed with all tasks with much ease and by leaps and bounds.