Storyboard to map out a potential website design for our elementary school's remote learning in Fall 2020. This site is intended to house ES Library and ES Tech resources and tutorials.
Storyboard: Website Design for Remote Library/Tech Activities
Purpose & Audience
Provide a website platform to support students and parents with remote learning extension activities, assistance in accessing/troubleshooting remote learning technology, and related library/tech programming and services.
Elementary community in grades PK-5, located across the globe during remote learning.
SWOT analysis; gathering ideas & brainstorming; design initial mock-up of the site
Meet with stakeholders to identify strengths & weaknesses; make necessary changes to site design and content
Publish site to community and push out through school social media channels
Created for San Jose State UniversityProfessor ColstonSummer 2020
By Wendy Guyer
School is a private international school in New Delhi, India, serving students in grades PK-12. This site is intended only for the elementary school.
Launch of site is intended to fall on the first day of school. Stages 1 & 2 should take two weeks each. Stage 3 would occur over the course of one week, with a soft-launch prior to the launch to the community.
Utilizing website analytics and feedback from stakeholders, team will meet approximately 6 weeks after launch to create next steps on the site.
Welcome page will have the Library/Tech Mission Statement, Staff introductions, Virtual Tours of physical spaces, and Screencase tour of website. This will be a relatively static page. Graphics/color scheme will match school marketing graphics.
Photo with Mission as overlay
Five sub-pages will be represented through icons. These sub-pages will hold dynamic content from the Library and the Tech Departments. Content includes learning extensions, tutorials, and services.
App / Tech Tutorials
Library & Tech Team will evaluate usage to determine any next steps once the site is launched.
At the end of remote learning, team will consider how this site might be used moving forward.