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KNOW WHERE YOU LIVE.


KNOW WHERE YOU LIVE.


01 PROCESS


One of the previous tenants of the building was a vegan/vegetarian restaurant, The Remedy Diner. While popular with locals, the restaurant has since moved.

The Delany Building was built in 1926 on E. Hargett Street. Throughout the past 90 years, there have been a variety of owners and uses for this building. However, at this point in time, the Delany Building is unoccupied.

On the front windows of the building, there are fliers/posters taped up to advertise local events that are happening in the nearby future.


While the building itself is unoccupied, on the east side of the exterior, there exists a mural of butterflies and flowers. Individuals usually interact with this area by taking photos in front of the mural.

Being that the Delany Building is located in Downtown Raleigh, it’s only natural for there to be trash on the ground. Outside of the building we noticed beer cans and other garbage.

SITE DOCUMENTATION + ACTIVITY MAP

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 5:30PM The back of the building is in a very bare state.

Much of the interaction that occurs with the building occurs within the two parking lots that sandwich the Delany Building on Hargett Street.


CONCEPT MAP

Delany Building

Historical Context Business

People

Hargett St. 1926

Dr. Lemuel Delany Mrs. Julia Delany Mollie Huston Lee

Restaurant

Dr. Lane Baptist Convention

19th Hole

Remedy Diner

Department of Education Artist’s Corner Harrison Library Dentist’s Office

Victor Lane Dr. George Evans


TASK ANALYSIS

Splash Screen

Map View

Explore

Search Bar

Settings

Bus/Bike Selection

Historical Landmarks

Related Landmarks

Related People

Route to Landmark (Small Map)

General Information

Where to? (Search Bar)

Bus Routes Bike Availability Popular Destinations

Account Settings

Pay Fare

Saved Routes


Splash Screen

On-Boarding

Map View

Expanded Search

Search Bar

Bus Stop

Logo

On Boarding Graphics

Bus Stop

Bus Stop

Bus Stop Search Bar

As everything loads, the user is given a basic splash screen with the logo of the application on a simplistic background.

On boarding gives the user basic instructions or tutorials as to what the application is used for and how one should interact with the interface.

Map view is the basis of the mobile application. A search bar exists at the bottom for users to search for destinations. Settings and “Explore� are buttons anchored to the top left of the screen.

Whether users search for a destination, or simply pull up on the bottom bar, they are given a view of proximal bus stops that can get them to and from their desired locations.


LOW FIDELITY WIREFRAMES

Explore Introduction

Explore Landmarks

Landmark View Delany Building

Search Bar

Delany Building

Explore

Delany Building Take Me!

Related People

Search Bar

“Explore” is introduced to the user after they familarize themselves with the main framework of the application.

Once within the “Explore” view, users can pull up on the bottom menu to search through a variety of historic landmarks that are arranged by proximity.

When landmarks are selected, the user is given information about the specific building, an ability to be mapped to that destination, and a list of related landmarks and people.


02 BRANDING


MISSION STATEMENT

Inspire people to know where they live.


Logo

MASTER LOGO

SUB-BRAND LOGO

RALEIGH

DALLAS

BOULDER

BROOKLYN

TERTIARY LOGO

RALEIGH


Brand Typeface

FONT WEIGHTS

HIERARCHY AND WEIGHTS

Light Semi Bold Extra Bold

Eyebrow

Semi Bold, 1x Letterspacing: -20pt

Heading

Extra Bold, 4x Letterspacing: -40pt

Subheading

Extra Bold, 2x Letterspacing: -40pt

Body

Light, 1x Letterspacing: -20pt

HEY FUTURE EXPLORERS OF RALEIGH

Ride Raleigh

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Color Palette

PRIMARY PALETTE

Indigo Montoya RGB: 102, 0, 255 HEX: #6600FF

Caddy Shack

RGB: 37, 208, 255 HEX: #25DOFO

Black

RGB: 0, 0, 0 HEX: #000000

White

RGB: 255, 255, 255 HEX: #FFFFFF

SECONDARY PALETTE

Scoot’s Gray I

Rosewater

Sky

Scoot’s Gray II

Blush

Seafoam

Scoot’s Gray III

Sunshine

Midnight

RGB: 219, 219, 221 HEX: #DBDBDD

RGB: 171, 171, 176 HEX: #ABABB0

RGB: 125, 124, 132 HEX: #7D7C84

RGB: 255, 153, 153 HEX: #FF9999

RGB: 205, 102, 102 HEX: #FF6666

RGB: 245, 145, 31 HEX: #F5911F

RGB: 204, 255, 255 HEX: #CCFFFF

RGB: 112, 199, 176 HEX: #70C7B0

RGB: 51, 51, 102 HEX: #333366


Visual Identity

ILLUSTRATION STYLE

SETTINGS

EXPLORE

PATTERN DESIGN

BUS

BIKE


03 FINAL ITERATION


As everything loads, the user is given a basic splash screen with the logo of the application on a simplistic, gradiented background.

After loading, a map becomes the basis of the entire interface. Users can see nearby bus stops, search for directions to their destinations, and toggle between bus and bike routes on the search bar.

Within the normal view of the map, users can navigate to desired locations, bus stops, or historic landmarks.


FINAL ITERATIONS

Within “Explore” view, the pull up menu changes to offer users a list of nearby historic landmarks that are arranged by proximity.


ANDREW HILTS ANDREW THORNTON CHRISTIAN TOWNSEND

GD 201, FALL 2018

Ride: Know Where You Live  

Fall 2018, GD 201 Historical Preservation Application Professors Derek Ham and Scott Townsend Andrew Hilts, Andrew Thornton and Christian To...

Ride: Know Where You Live  

Fall 2018, GD 201 Historical Preservation Application Professors Derek Ham and Scott Townsend Andrew Hilts, Andrew Thornton and Christian To...

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