The Roosevelt Avenue Scouting Tour‘s purpose was to research all of the street food on Roosevelt Avenue from 90th Street til 111th Street. It was a long tour, and I get bored easily, so I had to make a fun way to keep a record of what we had and what was awesome.
I always liked the idea of baseball scorecards, keeping all track of all the stats of the game on your one sheet of paper with markings and symbols. Although I never actually filled one out myself, I thought it’d be cool to make a custom one for the tour.
Instead of innings, I put in the cross streets vendors are known to be. Normally At Bats, Hits, Errors, and Left On, I changed only At Bats to Eats – which essentially just means attempts for both parties – and left hits, left on, and errors to serve new meanings for the food plate purpose. And on the bottom where you generally have pitcher stats, I prompted the user to tell about their highlights and give a tally for what they had.
Fun idea, and the crowd were smiles, but by our third stop, most people stuffed it in their back pockets for good – oh well! Enjoy.
Right Click -> Save As… Roosevelt Tour Scorecard