What’s the big idea?
A potential client, Tim Jones contacted us to help build a social community. Tim is a highly intelligent consultant, providing expertise to the Department of Defense in support of operations and new innovative technologies. Big ideas is what Tim Does. This time, he brought his creativity to the social community space.
His idea is to build a social community around something he’s crazy about. Sports. The social community will allow sports fans to talk trash and join forces with other fans. Tim has a clear vision for the project. He has already outlined the website navigation in Microsoft Word and built preliminary wireframes or skeletons for many of the main website pages.
After digging into Tim’s big idea, I began drafting a Website Blueprint.
What will the website accomplish?
Create an online social community that compels sports fans to defend their team, rival opposing teams and share information with their fellow sports fans.
Who will use the website?
The primary users of the website will be sports fans. More specifically, the fans will be:
- College Basketball Fans
- College Football Fans
- NBA Fans
- NASCAR Fans
- NFL Fans
- MLB Fans
- Soccer Fans
What will the website do?
- Sports fans start rivals
- Sports fans join forces with other fans via their team’s page
- Rival teams compete in turf battles
- Rivals compete through chat, discussions, comments, videos and photos
- Biggest rival teams are recognized for their animosity
- Ultimate fans are rewarded for their rivalry rage and team honor
To join the rage and see the site’s progress, connect with Rivalry Rage on twitter.