Project Vision Documents


Vision Documents

Individual Vision Documents

Let’s go around the room and present our revised individual Vision Documents.

Group Vision Documents


Let’s break up into our teams and create a unified Vision Document for each team.

Be sure to include:

  • A team member list, along with specific roles
  • A description of the general project concept
  • A description of your target audience(s) and how your concept will help overcome specific hurdles to accessing and understanding the exhibits you’re addressing; i.e. a timeline helps clarify the chronology of events and how different items relate to each other, an interactive map does the same in the spatial dimension, a gamified tour helps teachers motivate students to visit more exhibits and engage with them more deeply
  • Identify and justify your technology and architecture choices

Team Project Pages

Let’s create team pages on the blog for you to post your Vision Documents and project artifacts over the remainder of the semester.

Guest Speaker: Barry Joseph, AMNH

Barry is Skyping in from the American Museum of Natural History. Let’s give him a warm welcome and ask a lot of questions.


Write out two questions for Barry.


Vison Documents

  • Together with your team, refine your Vision Document based on the feedback your received in class, your classmates and me
  • Add a link to your Vision Document on your team’s project page


  • Begin developing your projects
  • Start by sketching out your user experience and identifying the content elements you’ll need to develop
  • Organize your team according to skill set and divide your workload accordingly
  • Update your team project pages on the blog with your team member names & roles and add links to your UI sketches and content descriptions

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