a good project will... / by tyler galloway

take many concepts from our readings into account

be as participatory as possible

be easily justifiable by primary and secondary research

have prototypes and tests that are as real as possible

have multiple rounds of audience feedback on prototypes

be thoroughly documented so handoff to another group for implementation is easy and seamless

  • who: authors and contact info for questions

  • what: concise description of the project

  • why: project justification and impact potential [what will the community gain?]

  • when: is there a timeline for implementation? a particular life cycle? deadlines?

  • where: any geographic constraints? event locations?

  • how: include instructions for implementation, production files, vendor information for printing, budget for materials and supplies, etc.

[a work in progress. stay tuned for more ideas or contribute your own in the comments!]