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Projects are the centerpiece of your Archie experience. A great idea can change entire industries, transform the way you work, or redirect how you lead your business. Archie automates the process of turning your idea into a reality by creating project milestones and tracking your progress. You are not limited to one project - you can work on as many different projects as you need.

An Archie Project has several important components:

Projects List

You can open the Projects list by clicking Projects in the left sidebar. It has a table of all of your projects and their progress.

Projects list page

Each project has:

  • Nickname
  • Progress
  • Next Step
  • Created
  • Last Updated
  • Owner

Click Shared with Me to see projects you have been invited to collaborate on.

Click the ... menu to Open Project (in the Project Navigator), Open Project, View the Original Prompt, Edit Prompt Nickname, or Copy Project ID.

To learn about creating and editing Projects, see Working with Projects.

Projects context or 3 dot menu

Project Navigator

The Project Navigator is where you find snapshots of all the information related to a specific project. You can see your completion progress and information from your Digital Blueprint. If you have upgraded your account, it will also display information from the Requirements section.

Project Navigator overview

You cannot edit your project in the Project Navigator. However, clicking ...See all on a card will bring you to that section. For example, on the Requirements tab, if you go to the Design Considerations card, and click ...See all # in Design Considerations, Archie will bring you to the Design Considerations page.

Digital Blueprint

Your Digital Blueprint is a visually dynamic summary of your project. It is generated every time you ignite a new prompt. The Digital Blueprint transforms your simple prompt into a detailed project outline.

Blueprint overview

Your Blueprint contains:

  • Problem to be Solved
  • Solution: Includes the option to improve your solution with AI enablement ideas.
  • Application Type
  • Commercialization Model
  • User Types
  • Modules
  • Application Services
  • Design Considerations

For more information, see Digital Blueprints Overview.

Once you have upgraded your account to access the Requirements phase, your Blueprint is archived as view-only. It can still be shared with collaborators. All of the information from your blueprint will be imported into the Requirements section, and be viewable in the Project Navigator.


Requirements contains the foundational elements of your idea. This is where you find your problem and solution statements, modules, application services, and UX/UI components. For more information, see Developing your Requirements.


Your Requirements contains all of the information from your Blueprint and other information:

  • Overview
    • General: Includes problem to be solved, solution, application type, and commercialization model
    • Design Considerations
    • Security
    • Compliance
    • Performance
  • User Types
  • Modules
  • Application Services
  • UX/UI
    • General: Includes interfaces and form factors
    • Accessibility
    • Site Map
    • Screens: Includes screens and wireframes