Please follow the proposal structure of the submission proposal as stated above.
The proposal should not be more than 20 pages in total.
The focus should be on describing/specifying the functionality of the application.
We encourage you to make heavy use of mock-ups and wireframes to tell your story.
The proposal must be submitted no later than 14th of October 2011.
Please submit as PDF to IKS Office.
In the spirit of open source and shared ideas the abstract page of all submissions will be published following the jury process.
Pre-Proposal Sanity Check - We encourage you to get in contact with the IKS team to ensure that your proposal is relevant to this contest. We will gladly discuss your ideas in confidence and offer hints on how to meet the contest expectations. This pre-proposal check is offered until Friday 30th September 2011.
This template is for submitting a proposal to the IKS Semantic UX contest
The submission must be provided as PDF to the IKS OFFICE no later than 14th of October 2011. Maximum length is 20 pages.
In the first stage, you must convince the Executive Board and the Advisory Board of IKS that your proposal is feasible and demonstrates benefit to an end user group, by making significant use of IKS technology.In the second stage, if you are among the top-five proposals, you must convince three judges and a CMS audience that your proposal is worth spending 40.000 € on "making it fly".
- Who we are (name of firm, web address, brief description) -
- Person in charge of this proposal (email, tel, skype)
- Person who can authorise our submission (email, tel, skype)
2. OUR USER STORY
3. OUR PROPOSED DEMO SYSTEM (and what it will do for the user)
4. HOW WE WILL USE IKS-COMPONENTS
- please include a target architecture
5. WHAT WE WILL DO WITH THE 40.000€
- Time scale
- what we will show at the half-way stage (internal demo)
- description of main tasks
- list of milestones
6. OTHER THINGS WE WANT TO TELL THE JURY (because we feel it's important)
IKS is a part-funded EU research project that is bringing semantic capabilities to open source Content Management Systems www.iks-project.eu