Overview of Documentation


On Work Logs

Work logs incentivized the engagement of theoretical and applied concepts of the Digital Humanities discipline for our group. While our engagement was merely a survey of the tools and projects by and for humanists, those project-tools did not always align with our project needs. The By The Glass project benefited from some of the broad concepts but definitely not all. Given that our project was a digitized, informational collection, it slightly dealt with word-data mining, an instance where OpenRefine came into play. Despite our project not benefiting from every DH concept covered, it did help our group decide how manageable our project can and should be. Thus, the progression of the work logs show how our group adapted our project needs into every work-log task. Some of those tasks did not reveal any novel impact on our project, so it was scrapped. Other tasks revealed better approaches our team can take. Overall, the work-logs detail the evolving thought-processes our team experienced.


Resources and Citations

aqueria.com/vins/nos-vins/?lang=en
banfiwines.com
batailley.com/en.html
cellartracker.com
chappellet.com
chateaux-castel.com
deinhard.com/
discoverbeaujolais.com/
domaine-chanson.com/en/great-cellar-book
domperignon.com
drouhin.com
louislatour.com/en/wines
moet.com
rarewineco.com
robertmondaviwinery.com
thewinecellarinsider.com
vivino.com
wine-searcher.com
wine.com/


Web Development notes

Hex color palette
Saturated Wine Red #960a19 or #722F37
Saturated White Wine #feffaa or #f6f7b3
Champagne #f7e7ce
French Rose #f95087

https://encycolorpedia.com/

https://winefolly.com/tutorial/wine-color-chart/

https://winefolly.com/tutorial/white-wines-by-color/