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Overview

- See An Exhibition wireframes
- An Exhibition wireframes and storycards are related to current exhibitions. Upcoming exhibitions are described under Exhibitions wireframes.
- Header should read the name of the exhibition.

Exhibition main screen

Storycard 1: Display elements of main page

- The main page contains 3 sections: 1) about, 2) catalogue, and 3) guestbook

Storycard 2: Show About section

- Contains: 1) the name of the exhibition, 2) a short descriptive sentence about the exhibition, 3) its opening and end dates
- If the exhibition is permanent, the date will be replaced by the text "Permanent"
- "Read more" button sends the user to the About screen

Storycard 3: Show Catalogue section

- The title of this section reads "Catalogue" + the number of artifacts in it (e.g., "Catalogue (423)")
- This section shows a selection of highlighted artifacts (determined by the museum) in a grid layout.
- If the museum hasn't highlighted any artifact, 4 firsts objects in the Catalogue will appear.
- The name of the object appears under its thumbnail
- The number of highlighted artifacts can be variable, with a maximum of 4 objects per row; if the number of highlighted artifacts exceeds 4, multiple rows are used
- If the artifact has an audio clip, an audio icon appears over the thumbnail
- "View the full catalogue" button sends the user to the Catalogue screen

Storycard 4: Show Guestbook section

- The title of this section reads "Guestbook" + the number of notes in it (e.g., "Guestbook (23)")
- Contains a button to add a note. In case the user is not signed, a modal alert appears to ask him for login, sign up or cancel.
- Shows the most recent note, consisting of:
  1) name of the author (may appear as "anonymous", especially in the case of Engage 0.3 as we won't be collecting the user's name)
  2) his/her location (if the above appears as "anonymous", this field should not exist)
  3) the note date
  4) the note itself
- The user can report abuse on a note (details in Storycard 13)
- "Read all notes" button sends the user to the Guestbook screen.
- If there isn't any note yet, a message will appear with the text "Be the first to post a note".

About screens

Storycard 5: Display About page content

- Elements of this page include:
  1) exhibition thumbnail
  2) name of the exhibition
  3) exhibition opening and end dates (or "Permanent")
  4) short descriptive sentence about the exhibition (same as in the main page of the exhibition)
  5) long descriptive text about the exhibition (which may contain links to websites)

Catalogue screens

General storycard

- If the artifact has an audio clip, an icon will appear over the thumbnail
- If the artifact has no image, a special "no image" thumbnail will appear

Storycard 6: Display artifacts organized by theme in grid view (default view)

- Each theme section consists of: 1) the theme name, 2) thumbnails of 4 artifacts under that theme, and 3) a "View all" option
- Each one of the thumbnails is tappable, and links directly to the artifact's page
- The "View all" option contains the label: "View all in" + the theme's name + the number of objects in this theme

Storycard 7: Allow switching to list-based theme-organized view

- Each theme section consists of: 1) the theme name, 2) a list of 4 artifacts under that theme, and 3) a "View all" option
- Each one of the list items is tappable, and sends the user to the artifact's page (the whole row is tappable)
- Each of the list items consists of: 1) an artifact thumbnail, 2) artifact name/title, and 3) secondary artifact information (usually date)
- The "View all" option contains the label: "View all in" + the theme's name + the number of objects in this theme

Storycard 8: View all in a theme

- User views all objects in a theme when taps on "View all in..." at the Catalogue main screen.
- Theme catalogue follows the same interaction as in "View all objects" (see Storycards 9, 10 and 11 for more details).
- By default, objects appear as a grid.
- The top of the page contains the sentence "Viewing all in" + the name of the theme + the number of objects in the theme.

Storycard 9: Display all objects in the catalogue

- The top of the page contains the sentence "Viewing all objects" + the number of objects in the whole catalogue.
- The user can switch grid or list view with the button at the header (see Storycards 10 and 11 for more details).
- By default, items are shown in grid format.

Storycard 10:  View objects as a grid

- 20 firsts objects will be initially displayed.
- If there are more objects, an option to load 20 more will appear at the bottom of the page.
- Each object is represented by its thumbnail, with no text.
- Each one of the thumbnails is tappable, and sends the user to the artifact's page.

Storycard 11: View all objects as a list

- 20 firsts objects will be initially displayed.
- If there are more objects, an option to load 20 more will appear at the bottom of the page.
- Each of the list items consists of: 1) an artifact thumbnail, 2) artifact name/title, and 3) secondary artifact information (usually date)
- Each one of the list items is tappable, and sends the user to the artifact's page (the whole row is tappable)

Guestbook

Storycard 12: Guestbook

- Notes are ordered by date: the most recent note is at the top of the page.
- 10 first notes will be initially displayed.
- If there are more notes, an option to load 10 more will appear at the bottom of the page.
- The top of the page displays a button to add a note (see Storycard 15)
- Each note consists of:
  1) name of the author (may appear as "anonymous", especially in the case of Engage 0.3 as we won't be collecting the user's name)
  2) his/her location (if the above appears as "anonymous", this field should not exist)
  3) the note date
  4) the note itself
- The user can report abuse on a note (see Storycard 13)
- The user can delete his own notes (see Storycard 14)

Storycard 13: Guestbook: report abuse

- The user can report abuse about one note
- If the user is not signed, a modal alert appears to ask him for login, sign up or cancel

Storycard 14: Guestbook: delete note

- The user can delete notes he has sent before
- "Delete" option will appear for user's notes only if he is signed
- The "delete" option will replace the "report abuse" option

Storycard 15: Guestbook: add a note

- If the user is not signed, a modal alert appears to ask him for login, sign up or cancel.
- If the user is signed, a "Note entry" page will appear (see Comment entry at the Artifact view).

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