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My company have one software product for manage company, then with our software user can create invoice, manage payments, manage drive/files, and others things. This application is used from user that work in a company. One important point is "status board" , we want create one tool for manage all things, like expire date, task list, is one mix from trello and facebook. is an alternative to trello with a different vision and usability.
For the style you have to follow the current graphics, you have to think a lot about the UX and have a sober, light and elegant design.
FIRST PAGE "STATUS BOARD" The first page to draw is the "status board". As design it is like facebook, as functionality it is like trello. When creating a post it is necessary to set which type of post we want to create, for example there are "todo" posts that can have the status "done" or "not done", the "expire date" post that can have the status "expired" or "not expired" or compound posts that can be task + expiredate (therefore 4 different states), also there are "mail" posts, "simple" posts. This page must be used in exactly the same way as trello.com but with a vertical design. All trello features must also be included here. When we go to the final phase I will communicate all the details to be drawn (which, however, I am attaching now in a word file so as not to complicate the brief) SECOND PAGE MAILINGLIST: From the second page you have to draw the entire flow of functionality for sending a mass mailinglist (example mailchimp.com). So in a first step you have to choose a template (a graphic image of the template) with the list of categories and ratings, after choosing the template the user can edit the template with wysywyg and insert their own content or images, and finally the compilation of the email lists, of the object in order to send the mass email. The template list page must also have pagination, category filtering (such as when inserting hashtags) and search. More details are in the doc for those who want to deepen but these are the features THIRD PAGE RECEIPT From the receipt page, the user in a shop / bar / restaurant can print the receipts after receiving the payment. You can take for example cassanova (which is optimized for tablets), while we will optimize for computers> 15 '. From this page the user through the TOUCHSCREEN system (therefore not small, but not huge buttons) can select the category, and click on the product. When the user clicks on the product we insert the product in the summary (description + quantity + price) and at the end the total. Finally you also need the numeric keypad with some buttons such as "TOT" which prints the receipt. Graphically on this page you have carte blanche, you just have to keep the current blue topbar. It must only be easy to use, the products clear and easily identifiable. FOURTH PAGE Customer page: From this page we have to display the status of a customer with graphs and tables. We have to view all the invoices issued, with the total, the date, the total paid and the total to be paid. The various states, paid / unpaid, must be highlighted with the colors "red" and "green". For example an unpaid "overdue" invoice is red (important). An unpaid and unexpired invoice is neutral. A paid invoice is green. In another part we have to view the whole state of the last payments (regardless of the invoices). For each payment you need to view the reference invoice, the payment due amount (which is different from the invoice), the payment amount (which can be different from the due date), and the balance. es. 350 € expire date payment, 300 € payment done, balance 50 € for the first line 200 € expire date payment, 250 € payment done, balance 0 € for the second line. In this case the customer paid € 50 less in the first payment, and sent € 50 more in the second payment, the total to be given is 0. It is necessary to visualize an "annual" graph with 3 lines, total turnover, total paid, total to pay. Finally we have to view all posts (drawn on the first page) with 3 different columns. "Not important" (everything that has expired, passed or "not done" (eg tasks) "Present" (everything in progress, close, for example a deadline in 3 days) "Important" (all that is far, not expired) It is very important on this page to view the posts of the first page (you can also do it in tabular form, or in a compact design without comments for example), and the user must well identify the DATE that must be kept in progress (for example with 3 different timelines). The purpose of this part is that when the user opens this page he must immediately understand (for this single customer) what has expired, what has not been done, what needs to be done (the tasks) In total you have to draw 4 pages, and 4 proposals are required by the end of the first phase, then we will move on to small details for the final phase.
What to avoid
Existing colors, blue, white and gray should be used. For white and gray you can use different shades, for blue it must be the same. For the receipt page you have no restrictions.
Think first of the objective of the pages, what they are for and what they have to communicate (if it is not clear, ask me that I will explain it better) and then start drawing. You can test the current application from http://dev.paciolo.com, with username firstname.lastname@example.org and password "test".
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It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their web page design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
infowJB collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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