This phase of the sign process has produced deliverables but is ongoing.
Our goal for Phase 2 of the ArcLight information architecture process was to develop a set of artifacts to inform the implementation of specific features identified during the requirements process. These include conceptual sitemaps, which represent how the different high level feature sets would be organized within ArcLight, and a set of static wireframes reviewed by both stakeholders and the development team focusing on the ArcLight minimum viable product.
This work was completed in a series of week-long design sprints led by staff at Stanford University, with focused contributions from Georgia Tech. We held design review meetings both in-person at Stanford (with local stakeholders), as well as a series of conference calls to gather community input.
Mockups for the Minimum Viable Product