Web app & logo design
- Status: Closed
- Præmier: $250
- Modtagne indlæg: 56
- Vinder: apachefriends
*** Contest Update. Please Read ***
What we're looking for here is a web app design - not just a logo. This contest is to design a mockup for a web application that allows employees to clock in and out and allows admins to get reports on employee activity.
Entries that are just a logo will not be chosen.
We’re in need of an application design and logo treatment for a web app we’re building called SquadClock. SquadClock is a time-tracking and reporting web app that caters specifically to companies with a workforce that’s on-the-go. It makes it easy for the workers to clock in and out, and for the administrators to keep track of hours. The main management of the system will typically be done by an admin in an office, but the day-to-day use of clocking in/out will mostly be done on mobile devices.
The initial launch of the app contains a small subset of the eventual functionality, so there are only a couple design needs:
- App name: SquadClock
- Homepage should contain login section and various news/info/image areas
- Typical primary nav (About Us, Register, Contact, etc.)
- Once logged in, the homepage switches to dashboard screen to show charts, graphs, and other modular content relevant to the user
- General utility screen that will be used in various ways throughout the app for things like user management, employee creation, timesheet reports, etc. Mostly containing forms with occasional data grid or table
- Admin screens need to support 2 levels of navigation
Clock in/out (mobile screen)
- Users clocking in and out will be able to do so from a computer, but we want to make sure that this screen in particular is designed to be easy to use on mobile devices
Some additional tings to keep in mind:
- Clean, un-cluttered, and modern design
- Web app – not brochure site – so we’re looking for a focus on functionality
“Excellent design. Files were uploaded immediately and were delivered as expected.”
jeffstraub, United States.