As the field of digital humanities has evolved, one of the biggest challenges has been getting the appropriate technical expertise to make traditional humanities projects successful. At its core this is a communications exercise. However, to communicate effectively involved been able to effectively translate, define and find clarity in our own minds.
How can you define your own project goals and objectives for yourself and to communicate with others?
We need to discover ways to clearly delineate our project goals and objectives, account for the various stakeholders (some of which you may be unaware of), document and communicate these effectively to participants outside of your own area of research. Basically, it comes down to finding the means to get the right information, presented in the right manner, to the key people involved in your potential or real digital humanities project.
Our objective is to be capable of defining their project in simple and more universally appreciated terms, be cognisant of the varied demands that might be placed on the digital project by users, be capable of creating and delivering professional and effective Project Case Documentation.
Step 1 Ideation and Idea Definition
Step 2 User/Stakeholder Identification
Step 3 Persona Development
Step 4 Use Cases / Scenarios
Step 5 Wireframes /Storyboards