Now that you have come up with tons of ideas on how to implement the Rijksmuseum API, it's time to put one of those ideas into a real web component. It could be anything: switches, knobs, an image viewer etc. Your project group's only limitation is its own imagination (and perhaps technical capabilities). In the tasks below, you may jump back and forth between tasks, as insights in one task may require jumping back to update a previous task. This is part of iterative design.
Try to get all your ideas on paper. Design your application on paper or make a wireframe by using a digital tool such as Moqups. Try to break down your concept in multiple components. Think clearly about their structure, and how the user interacts with each component.
Use pen and paper or a digital tool to make a wireframe of your concept
Once your group has finished drawing a wireframe, you have to choose a web component. Which one would be the best to choose? Try to further specify this web component. How does the user interact with it? Which features are essential, and which ones are less important?
Have a group discussion
It's time to build your web component. Check out the accompanying Plunker; you have already built your own Polymer elements. You can use these to realize the idea chosen. Save it once you are done and share the URL in our Slack-channel.
Make a web component
Plunker: Web component assignment