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Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We are looking for great designer, who will be able to create: - clean, lightweight, WEB 2.0 oriented modern design for our site; - mobile friendly, slider-based WEB-site (when the user may scroll it down). For today, we have just the concept of logo, along with the structure of the blocks for the index page and some internal pages, and will need: - to choose the best color scheme based on our requirements; - to create wireframes based on our recommendations; - to create final version of design. We dont work with people, who will try to use ready-to-go templates. We are looking for experienced designers, having good understanding about WEB 2.0, UX/UI aspects. We dont plan to update it actively, that's why no CMS is required (also for security reasons). We would welcome people, having experience in WEB 2.0, loving to design icons, as well as customized graphics. Please, provide your best works, so we can choose the most professional candidates.
Skills: GUI Design User interface design User Experience Design Web design
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We are working on a simple game that have badges, power-ups, and missions. We must create the GUI in sync with the rest of the team. The project ends in two weeks.
Skills: GUI Design 2D Animation 2D Design
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We are a startup IT business preparing to develop more than one wireframe demo’s solution for both Web Based and Mobile application as a strategy to obtain projects. In this project, we require use case requirement document for a number of domains. Each domain will have from 4 to 6 interactive GUI. We intend to use this document as a requirement document for developing the wire-frame applications. a basic draft of the requirement document is attached, highlighting the domain types we currently require developing their UC requirement document.
Skills: GUI Design Animation CSS DHTML
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Seeking a UX / UI Designer to create wireframes and designs for: * Responsive Mobile / Desktop Website * Mobile App You must have solid experience with App Design!
Skills: GUI Design Graphic design Web design
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for a UI designer that will continue to work with us throughout that development of our new Education Management System. The full project will last at least 6 months. For this first stage, I want to to design a UI for a brief section of our "story". (I will provide a sample set of data in a google sheet. I have attached a beta version of the paper based layout that we will be inputting data from.) Upon successful completion, we will then move forward to complete the project as part of our design/programming/Back-end team. Applicants, be aware that I want you to connect this initial UI to live data in a Google Spreadsheet. (I do NOT want to develop a dB at this time.) If you can't do that, please do not apply. Thank you. -david
Skills: GUI Design HTML Web design
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Two or more years of user experience design experience for software, Web applications which leverage emergent technologies, global real estate and/or mobile devices Strong conceptualization ability, strong visual communication ability, drawing skills and sketchbook technique Exceptional design skills, production value and attention to detail Ability to create wireframes as well as visual design comps Strong working knowledge of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Fireworks and associated design tools Experience with user interface design patterns. 3D Modeling, After Effects, rendering, and animation
Skills: GUI Design Adobe Illustrator User Experience Design
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Qualifications • Background in graphic design, human-computer interaction, or interaction design • Demonstrated success creating early stage / new product concepts as well as shipping new version and/or feature within existing products • Demonstrated ability to apply best practices for information architecture and usability to create great user experiences • Expertise with user interface patterns for native mobile (iOS/Android), mobile web, and web • Experience designing across a range of device formats (from desktop web to wearable) • Knowledge of responsive design layouts and associated framework tools • Experience with rapid prototyping, testing with users, and iterating in low-fidelity (paper or interactive mock-ups) as well as live A/B testing • Proficiency in a variety of tools: Sketch, Axure, Illustrator, or Photoshop for static design; Framer, After Effects, Pixate, Hype, etc. for interactions • Knowledge of HTML, DHTML CSS a plus • Experience working in an Agile/Scrum lifecycle
Skills: GUI Design Mobile App Development Mobile UI Design
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
We would like to develop a DONATION page template in our site with complete transaction flow up to confirmation page and email. Functional looks something like this: http://www.eclipse.org/donate/ So we are looking for an experienced Liferay front end developer to implement a Liferay plugin including Themes and Layouts. Requirement: Liferay Developer with following skills: Liferay Web Content Management, LDAP Design, Security & Permission, Portlet API, JSR 286, Asset Framework, Service Builder, Angular JS, REST API, Mobile Applications. The theme developer has to be experienced with Liferay, AlloyUI, CSS/JS/HTML, and web development. This is a long running project meaning if you are successful you will be asked to skin new portlets for next deliveries of our platform.
Skills: GUI Design AngularJS Java Liferay
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
Requirements: As an administrative user, I want to open, in a separate window, a series of forms in order to enter and submit details for scheduling an appointment for a customer. Role: Administrator Definition: User that has logged into an administrative console and has permissions to book appointments on behalf of a customer. Functional Requirements The administrator will first need to identify the customer for which the appointment(s) is being booked, by searching for an existing or creating a new customer profile. Then, the user will be able to select a service (with staff and any other required attributes) for the customer to generate an appointment. Optionally, the user will be able to create subsequent appointments by selecting an additional service (staff, room, etc) from this step in the process. There is no enforced limit on the number of total appointments that can be booked in a single session. The user should not be able to change the parent customer of a group/series of appointments. However, the user should be able to navigate back to the Customer screen. If they attempt to change the Customer selected, they should be alerted that they will lose any appointments they have already started to create. Process Definition: Require design for an online scheduling form that contains 4-5 screens. Screen 1: Captures customer information (first, last, phone, email, other profile details) Screen 2: Selects the attributes of an appointment: Service and/or add-on, duration, location, service provider, room for delivery, date/time of appt. It is possible that the customer is a parent and has a child for which the service is going to be delivered (think pediatrician's office). User will need to select a child associated with parent customer's profile, in this use case. NOTES: on Screen 2, user should be able to create multiple appts for customer, see and edit each item in the group of appointments and see key customer details (first, last), including a possible photo of customer Screen 3: Additional appointment details, including special instructions, PO Number, Vehicle details (VIN, Make, Model fields) and checkbox for "send email notifications" Screen 4: Confirmation of all appt activities created during session, including display of total cost Screen 5: Payment screen Action buttons on each screen should allow the user to navigate back and forth within the booking process. Optional: Present a progress bar that articulates the steps in the process and the place within the process where the user currently is. Acceptance Criteria: - Able to book one appointment - Able to book multiple appointments for a single customer - Search for or enter a new customer profile - Attributes of appointment (screen 2) are logically grouped together to infer a sense of organization on the screen - Able to understand the booking process - Able to move forward in the process - Able to move backward in the process without clearing out previously entered information - Able to cancel the creation of all or part of the appointments being booked - Able to see that the appointment is successfully created with the details selected - Be alerted if the selected date/time is not available for the other attributes of the appointment (on screen error messaging) Current Booking Form The attached file shows our current form that is a single step of configuring all aspects of a single appointment. The above requirements will improve and enhance the user experience by creating more of a wizard-like approach to the booking of the appointment and separate out appropriate blocks of form fields into distinct steps of the process. The attached image contains most of the default form fields, but please note that additional form fields may be added to the form by changes in the appointment system's configuration. As long as the design provides for design options for a variety of form types, the implementation of the final form can be adjusted to account for the various input methods based on the data our system is collecting. Form field types to support are: text fields, drop down field (single or multi-select), check box, radio button, number field, memo box, action buttons, calendar picker.
Skills: GUI Design Graphic design User interface design User Experience Design