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Revision as of 12:13, 18 April 2015

Introduction

This section contains tasks associated with the design of a basic front-end for requestors and workers. The goal here is to have Visual/design aspects decided and implemented. Designers and people with UX experience are especially welcomed!

Tasks

  1. Create forms for the requestors to input their tasks.
  2. Create user friendly interface where workers can see list of tasks
  3. Create user friendly Requestor DashBoard
  4. Create user friendly Worker Dashboard
  5. Please add your proposal under the heading
  6. Include the link to GitHub for implementation

Technology

  1. Bootstrap
  2. HTML
  3. Angular

Targeted Modules & Focus

  • User Management
    • Login
    • Create Account
    • User Roles
    • User Profiles
  • Dashboard for workers
    • List of Available jobs
    • Selecting a desired job.
    • Executing & Submit the job
    • Profile with list of jobs completed and payment accumulated.
    • Publish tasks
  • Dashboard for requestors
    • Create Project & design Tasks
    • Create Qualification
    • Publish Tasks
    • Review Results
    • Mechanisms for viewing the jobs that workers executed.
    • Profile with list of jobs that were requested and the amount of money spent on each.
  • Mockup Designs supporting above functionalities

Information Flow

'Flow NEIL

  • Crowd will visit NextGenCrowdSourcingDOTorg
  • USER MANAGEMENT: Who is the crowd?
    • Random surfers or General People who are curious about crowdsourcing
    • Requestor, who wants to post the job
    • Worker who wants employment
    • What will the crowd see?
      • LANDING PAGE DESIGN: 1) Clear Description of the Platform, 2) Success Stories of Requestors & Workers: How platform changed their business and lives 3) Login, Registration option
  • REQUESTOR DASHBOARD; If a user is requestor
    • We will need LANDING PAGE FOR THE REQUESTOR i.e. DASHBOARD
Fig 1. Requestor Activity Sequence

Below is example Sequence. For this and next week we focus on 1) ONBOARDING 2) TASK DESIGN and IGNORE REST.

Fig 2. Requestor Activity Sequence
  • WORKER DASHBOARD If a user is Worker
    • We will need LANDING PAGE FOR THE WORKER i.e. DASHBOARD
Fig 3. Worker Activity Sequence

Below is example Sequence. For this and next week we focus on ONBOARDING and TASK SELECTION and IGNORE REST.

Fig 4. Requestor Activity Sequence

Design 1

  • NOTE During the INITIAL STAGE our goal is to finish basic forms. Below example of dashboard can be used as a first starting step toward achieving that goal. We don't need to target any drag and drop controls, instead we can follow the idea: MORE TO BE ADDED


REQUESTOR DASHBOARD WORKFLOW


Dashboard Dashboard Dashboard Class Class


Dashboard

Task Design Dashboard: Task Categorization & Selection

Dashboard Dashboard Dashboard Class Class

Lego Blocks for designing the complex crowdsourcing tasks

Dashboard

Task Design Dashboard: Task Creation

Dashboard Dashboard Dashboard Class Class

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Task Design Dashboard: Expert Workforce Management

Dashboard Dashboard Dashboard Class Class

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Task Design Dashboard: Task & Trend Analytics

Dashboard Dashboard Dashboard Class Class

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Angular JS Tasks

Design Tasks

Front End Engineering Angular Js & Design Teams

Directly-Responsible Individual (DRI) Rohit Nistala Front End Engineering Angular Js

Member CodeModule Link to the Git
Vishnu
Neil Gaikwad
Bita

Directly-Responsible Individual (DRI) Neil Gaikwad Front End Design

Member Design Form Link to the Mock up & Git
Neil Gaikwad
Christopher Diemert
Achal Varma
Jsilver