Design

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This page describes the design principles and different display formats of different data modules.

One-page

The content is based on topics that form one-page microsites, topic pages. A topic is an item in Wikidata, or a locally saved item in Wikidocumentaries. The content modules are constructed with the help of data stored in each topic item.

Modular

Page types

Page types

Content modules

A page consists of content modules, such as images or newspaper articles.

Components

Here are the definitions of interactive components used to create the site.

Tools

There will be tools to enrich and work with the content. Tools will be formatted to follow the Tool page layout

Separate web interface

The user interface will be created independent of the MediaWiki running it, and connected to the underlying Wikibase through an API. While waiting for the clarification of the technological components, the site will be produced as a bare bones wiki.

Responsive

The Wikidocumentaries site will be a responsive website.

Documents

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Page types

Landing page

Topic page

User page

Organisation page

Project page

Tool page

Tasks

Components

Main toolbar and footer

Search

Topic page header

Content module

Dropdown

Modal

Icons

Article

Bibliography

Correspondence

Discussion

Family tree

Feed

Gallery

Images

Infobox

Map

Name

Newspaper articles

Social graph

Testimonials

Timeline

3D

Visual editor

Query tool

QuickStatements

Open Refine

Creating topics

Uploading images

Geolocating tool

Image viewer

Metadata editor

Media metadata

Rectifying maps

Transcription

Identification tool

Properties to content