DSVC Working Lunch Feb 2010: Exploring Interactive Interactions

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  • 1. February Working Lunch: Exploring Interactive Interactions
  • 2. Harper House Project The Brand Hatchery / Canonball Creative
  • 3. Project Goals - Corporate redesign starting with website - Reach out to current and prospective clients - Entertain our audience - Grab the attention of a younger audience - Tell the story visually - Make it flexible - Mobile friendly
  • 4. PreDesign - Schedule - Sitemap - Creative Strategy - Wireframes - Content doc - Tech specs/requirements
  • 5. Don’t Forget: It’s easiest to control costs on paper prior to design and development
  • 6. Design - Comps - Revised comps - Static build set - Style Guide
  • 7. Don’t Forget: Prior to presentation, consult your developers and make sure you’re on the same page
  • 8. >
  • 9. Development - Rapid prototype - Server setup - Alpha development - Revision documents - Beta development - Backend training - Content population - Proof reading - Gold development - Bug list/QA - SEO prep - Analytics - Launch
  • 10. Don’t Forget: Don’t get married to your designs. Contents will shift during flight and you have to be willing to adapt.
  • 11. Don’t Forget: You can tell a story with pictures. You can also tell a story with code. They are both equally important.
  • 12. Post Launch - Final CMS documentation - Search index/sitemap submission - Analytic monitoring - Warranty period
  • 13. Don’t Forget: You are not in control. The end consumer is the one with the deciding vote. - They don’t care about budgets - They don’t care about timelines - They don’t care what new tricks you learned - All they care about is finding something they’re looking for or something to entertain them
  • 14. Harper House Project The Brand Hatchery / Canonball Creative
  • 15. blake and brandon
  • 16. estimation and project scope photo credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gauri_lama/3555168489/
  • 17. estimation and project scope if we ever figure this out we’ll let you know photo credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gauri_lama/3555168489/
  • 18. information architecture and content strategy photo credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cardoso/2197507288/
  • 19. information architecture and content strategy sitemap basic wireframes content inventory define content types photo credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cardoso/2197507288/
  • 20. concepting
  • 21. concepting share ideas on new technologies and techniques share design sketches discuss design comps along the way
  • 22. communication throughout development happens here
  • 23. why it works
  • 24. how we use it Priorities
  • 25. how we use it Priorities Wireframes & Sketches
  • 26. how we use it Priorities Database Schemas Wireframes & Sketches
  • 27. How we use it how Priorities Project Questions Database Schemas Wireframes & Sketches
  • 28. how we use it Priorities Project Questions Database Schemas Random Wireframes & Sketches Lists
  • 29. how we use it Priorities Project Questions Pictures of dinosaurs fighting Database Schemas Random Wireframes & Sketches Lists
  • 30. client approval process
  • 31. client approval process let account executives do their jobs and stay out of it