Development plan for Engage 0.3 pilot
vmoulder at sfu.ca
Fri Jan 15 16:59:15 UTC 2010
Thanks for the big picture view of the Engage 0.3 Development Phases!!
Currently Xiao, Leila and I are conducting preliminary research on the physical kiosk design. Please let me know if you need us to jump ship and work on QA Test Plans.
Otherwise I'll keep our schedules open for testing Feb. 15 - 19/09
Woo hoo - so great to see things coming together!!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Colin Clark" <colin.clark at utoronto.ca>
To: "fluid-work List" <fluid-work at fluidproject.org>
Sent: Thursday, 14 January, 2010 15:56:47 GMT -08:00 US/Canada Pacific
Subject: Development plan for Engage 0.3 pilot
So, we're in the midst of preparing for McCord's excellent pilot of Engage 0.3. Here's a plan and timeline for design and development:
The plan is divided into three separate, week-long iterations. At the end of each, we'll have a workable, self-contained bundle of functionality. Here's a quick summary of the features we've got planned:
Week 1: Browse Exhibitions: themes, about, and catalogues; improved data access and import
Week 2: Bilingual support; enter object codes; improved navigation
Week 3: View artifacts, media and podcasts; collect artifacts and email them; weave it all together
Developers, here's how I'd like to start splitting up the work for this week and next:
Exhibition: Justin and Yura
Data access: Michelle and Colin
Object code entry screen and language selection: Sveto and Andrea
Many of you are already in the midst of other work, such as My Collection, Pager, etc. Feel free to take some time to wind that work down over the next few days before diving into these top priorities, and rest assured we'll be back to work on these other tasks very soon.
Designers, this roadmap should help you determine which wireframes to finish up first. I'd also like to encourage you to keep a close watch on the daily build of Engage as we implement these features. A first-pass version of Exhibitions (based on the iteration 8 wireframes) should appear there tomorrow.
Don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions or comments. It's going to be really exciting to see our work used at the McCord museum soon!
Technical Lead, Fluid Project
Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto
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