This page contains draft user interface mock-ups for Hypatia. These sketches are drafts and are not intended to display all of the metadata fields specified by the digital archivists. The descriptive, administrative and technical metadata for these pages is taken from the following documents:
File Level examples
Generalized item-level mockup, w/ notes - JV
Revised item view
JV: I've revised the item view layout to address some stuff.
- The item view has to function as a landing page that may be reached via Google as well as through Hypatia.
- Its primary purpose is to present the content and context of the "item", which may be a single file or a collection of files. I feel pretty strongly that the sidebar should not be made into a navigation view for the entire collection.
- Many of the items have a small amount of metadata that doesn't warrant a "show one section at a time" accordion style layout. (This may change as collections become heavily analyzed and annotated, but expand/collapse is easy enough to add later.)
- I've removed Search from the equation for now. But we need to be explicit about whether the user is navigating the content of a container or the results of a search.
- When we display metadata, we should not display labels for empty fields. If a value doesn't exist, its label doesn't display.
- The thumbnail appears to be supplemental rather than core content, and may not always be present, so I've moved it out of the center of the page.
Hull - Stephen Gallagher Collection
Yale - MSSA_MS_1746
Archival description view
Technical metadata view
*Tags and annotations view(
Two Alternate Representations of Hierarchies