Parallell Design - Conventional
While at this weeks exercise we were tasked with a brainstorming session. During this brainstorming we came up with a bunch of ideas and crazy things. This post is going to cover the first of these two design, the conventional one.
Our design is a website + companion app + printout in which you get a personal route in a awesome museum. The route is planned after all of your preferences; childsafe, contains a cafe, X km away, Y minutes away, history, technical, natural sciences, etc. Each museum needs to be indexed by someone, probably us, so that we might provided a route in the appropriate museum. So the design is really two parted; first it shows you which museum you might be interested in and then second gives you a more personal route inside that museum. A nice bonus is that all the information you will need for your visit in beautifully bundled together with your route thus delivering a complete experience.
In order to target people of all ages we will need both a website, a companion app and a analog version (a.k.a a printout).
|This is the notes from the brainstorming session and the more detailed notes of our design.|
As you can see we have not yet decided on a name yet but we do have a few candidates.
|This shows a rough sketch over the website interface and a few elements/views.|
We are doing a very simplified design as our target audience for this website is extremely broad. This also has the effect of reducing our workload.
|This sketch shows the next views after our introduction/pop-up view.|