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January 2016 - June 2016

Areas of focus


Team: Ryan Pierson, Zoe Gan


How can detailed mapping of both indoor and outdoor spaces facilitate more knowledge sharing and a more collaborative environment on a campus?


After being awarded a grant from Google, researchers at the Syracuse University iSchool Social Computing Systems Lab were interested in creating a more detailed mapping system for specific ecosystems that would allow an extra layer of information to be added to indoor and outdoor campus spaces, events and resources. 

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From user interviews, model mapping and scenario development to rough wireframes and click through testing, I helped the SALT lab create a prototype app that could be utilized for further research or eventual launch.


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The resulting interface allowed students and faculty to explore a more rich mapping experience of every part of the campus - finding, posting and discovering new spaces, events and resources. 


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