Frontend UI (HTML, CSS, JavaScript)

  • Status: Closed
  • Prize: $350
  • Entries Received: 6
  • Winner: arviantodwi

Contest Brief

You will be designing and coding the HTML, CSS, and basic javascript for a front-end GUI customer relations management tool (CRM) for a used car dealership. You will NOT need to worry about server/backend coding; we will handle that. This is for the actual UI/UX aspect of the tool. The final design must be adaptive to work on a tablet (iPad, etc.) and various sized desktop computer monitors. You will NOT need to make a “mobile/phone” version.

To be awarded winner you MUST have all HTML, CSS, and javascript working across multiple browsers (Desktop: MS Edge/IE, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Tablet: Chrome & Safari). Additionally, the code must be CLEAN and fast to download on a slow internet connection. I will NOT accept a submission that uses multiple CSS/JS libraries; you must keep the overall package of includes small. Also please do NOT use jquery or similar, thanks :)

I am looking for a long-term relationship with a good developer. I have a lot more work and can keep you busy if you do a good job.

Attached is a scan of a hand-drawn design idea along with step-by-step details for each section. Please excuse my horrible drawing abilities :)

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Public Clarification Board

  • rendez
    rendez
    • 7 months ago

    If you have any suggestions to improve the design, feel free to communicate. Thank you

    • 7 months ago
  • kayecandy
    kayecandy
    • 7 months ago

    Is bootstrap ok for templating/responsiveness (just the CSS classes with jQuery/JS omitted)?

    • 7 months ago
    1. stevencarlson82
      Contest Holder
      • 7 months ago

      No, I would prefer a well written, concise, CSS that is specific to this project.

      • 7 months ago
  • willyarisky
    willyarisky
    • 7 months ago

    hi sir

    why we are not allowed to use jquery ??
    to make the page more interactive we need to use jquery to make it easier in coding

    • 7 months ago
    1. stevencarlson82
      Contest Holder
      • 7 months ago

      I write a lot of javascript and have found jquery to be more of hinderance then a help

      • 7 months ago

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