MetaGraffiti: Spatial Historical Media Network

Cody Pallo
Nov 1, 2017 · 3 min read
  1. Different general sections should exist in that library.
  2. Those sections should have books on history specific topics relating to particular things, people, and events.
  3. Those books should have pages that have specific information on each historical topic.
  4. Those pages should be written by scholars and authors who have researched common documented memories related to the topic.
  5. There should be assistance in the library that can help you find the information you are specifically looking for.
  6. Media should exist in the libraries to help put emphasis on the specific ideas you are researching.
Order of events
  1. Historical institutions contribute media to a pool of data for a specific place. You must be invited to participate. However, there will be a public media contribution form on the main site that puts the media in a cue for the institution to approve.
  2. Users can search by specific time, place, thing, person, or event in an initial search field. (all results return a list of pins on a map) Map pins are specific to historic locations and contain topics and media related to that time and place. Time & place are navigable. All map pins, when clicked, open to a description page with cards.
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This blog is an ongoing collection of visual based product concepts.