Eneas Project - Plan & Design using AI

Eneas Project - Plan & Design using AI

During the past few weeks, I have been working on defining a framework for the project.

I have started many projects where the lack of a proper plan turned them into never-ending nightmares, ultimately killing them.

For Eneas, I want to take a different approach and conveive a plan that will allow me to work even days when motivation is lacking.

General Plan from a Project description

With the multiple AI platforms available in the market, you can quickly and efficiently create your plan by asking GPT. All you need a proper description of your project and the rest will be generated.

For Eneas, the main description of the project is:

Project Eneas is a project which tries to do the following:

  • Using the available content in Internet about an specific Topic to get a Technical certification, create a pool of test questions with multiple responses to train the user uin the topic

  • Manage the responses based on a scientific-based algorithm using Spaced Repetition method to accomplish the learning goals more efficiently

  • Allow the user to manage their knowledge through the portal and track his/her progress.

Currently is only a starting point, a basic idea to work on and develop, but is more than enough for the AI to generate the expected answers.


Although the AI was capable of generating a full Project Plan, this post focuses on the first two phases: Project Initiation and Design. The specific points associated with these phases were:

(1) Project Initiation Phase:

  1. Task 1.1.1: Identify Project Objectives (1 hour)

  2. Task 1.1.2: Identify Project Features (1 hour)

  3. Task 1.1.3: Identify Technical Requirements (2 hours)

  4. Task 1.2.1: Identify Key Stakeholders (0.5 hour)

  5. Task 1.2.2: Determine Stakeholder Communication Preferences (0.5 hour)

  6. Task 1.2.3: Create Communication Plan (1 hour)

  7. Task 1.3.1: Identify Project Milestones (1 hour)

  8. Task 1.3.2: Create Project Timeline (1 hour)


(2) Design Phase

  1. Task 2.1.1: Identify User Interface Requirements (2 hours)

  2. Task 2.1.2: Create Initial Interface Mockup (4 hours)

  3. Task 2.1.3: Review Initial Mockup with Stakeholders (2 hours)

  4. Task 2.1.4: Revise Mockup Based on Feedback (2 hours)

  5. Task 2.1.5: Finalize Interface Mockup (2 hours)

  6. Task 2.2.1: Identify Revisions Needed Based on Stakeholder Feedback (2 hours)

  7. Task 2.2.2: Make Necessary Revisions to Interface Design (3 hours)

As you can see, the tasks included an estimation of time, which can be useful when defining the distribution of your availability for the project.

Additionally, all tasks related to Phase 1 could be also completed via AI platforms, dramatically speeding up these initial steps of the project.

I decided to use Notion as the documentation tool, along with Trello for task management.

Once these two initial phases are completed, which I expect to finish by the end of this week, I will have all the required information to really begin the fun part: coding.

See you in the next chapter!