Glossary (8)

The goal of a glossary is to have a common vocabulary between all project participants. This facilitates communication with the stakeholders and prevents misunderstandings due to missing, unclear, or ambiguous definitions. The glossary is created and enhanced through discussions with stakeholders and business experts in the respective domain, and research in other sources such as internal documentation and literature.

Rule of thumb: If you do not know the domain, you underestimate its complexity.

ID Name Definition
  GL-1 Art School An art school is an educational institution with a primary focus on arts. A wide variety of art mediums and styles are integrated into modern art school programs. Different mediums that are taught include painting, printmaking, drawing and illustration, theatre, and sculpture. Newer programs can include graphic design, filmmaking, graffiti art, and certain kinds of digital media.
GL-2 Artist A person with the profession to create artworks in a certain type
GL-3 Artwork A artwork is a artefact by an artists which expresses its profession. This could be a painting, music, video or similar.
GL-4 Competitor Competitors offer in general similar solutions or systems to the proposed one
GL-5 Forum communication channel, where artists can exchange information about creating and managing their portfolio.
GL-6 Job Employment or working contract of an artist.
  GL-7 Platform The platform is the pandart system itself
  GL-8 Portfolio A portfolio is a thoughtfully designed visual selection and presentation of art and/or design. It embodies your ideas, research, innovations, skills, and work process. Like other professionally focused material such as cover letters and résumés, a portfolio is continually in flux, and is intentionally tailored for specific opportunities.