An application developed by
Johnathan Sanchez for users who have an interest in NASA and
• Janice Rivera, 7th Grade Student
• Enjoys watching tv shows and movies
such as Star Trek, Planet Earth, and
• Lives in the suburbs away from the city
making it easy to view the night sky
without any light pollution.
• Janice is also really enjoying her
science period at school as it is the
astronomy portion of the subject.
• Stuart Howard, High School Teacher
• First year teaching Planetary Science
and trying to find a way to engage the
students at home
• Grew up watching shuttle launches in
• Spends most of his free time browsing
apps on his phone after grading
• The user starts on the homepage with a list of different sections titled "NEWS," "IMAGES," "BLOG," and,
• Pressing the, "NEWS," button brings the user to a page with articles pertaining to activity related to NASA,
some explaining prep for the launch coming this week.
• Going back to the Home Page and pressing, "IMAGES," brings the user to a photo taken from a satellite
orbiting Earth, it is dark with the lights of towns and homes lighting up the outline of the continents. Swiping
brings more images of Earth as well as other planets.
• Going back Home and entering the, "BLOG," shows discussions from users about recent events and meet
ups to enjoy each other's company while talking about NASA. Some discussing their favorite place in our
Solar System and why.
• Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/
• The #1 thing that is important to me
is being able to access the content I
want as quickly as I can. Pinterest
does this extremely well with its
search function and showing 2
columns worth of content at a time.
This makes it very easy for me to
scroll through and view an
incredible amount of content in a
very short amount of time. I would
like to employ this principle for
NASA 2050, as I know the time of
its users is valuable so getting as
much content across as possible as
quickly as possible is important.
• Twitter - https://twitter.com/
• The public posting style of Twitter
appeals to me in the sense that
people get to say what they want
but are limited to a finite amount
of content per post. This makes
viewing the thoughts and ideas of
users a much more streamlined
experience for those who don't
have a lot of time to consume
content. Users will get to discuss
whatever it is that they please,
with the caveat that the
discussion should be about
NASA, space, or something to do
with the final frontier.
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