Design Certificate to print from web application
- Status: Closed
- Præmier: $150
- Modtagne indlæg: 7
- Vinder: lukas13on
Design an attractive and logically laid out certificate to be printed from a web application.
The Tasmanian Wine Show Society is a not for profit organisation that runs an annual wine show.
The judges award some entries with Bronze, Silver or Gold medals.
Entrants are entitled to a certificate from the Society for any wines that win an award.
Entrants need to log in to the web application to get to a page containing their certificates.
They will print out their certificates from that page.
[login to view URL] shows typical values extracted from the results database for three certificates.
All the values need to be included on the certificate, but the layout can be varied.
There are some lines of bridgingText in the certificate (marked by class="bridgingText"), the content of these lines can be varied.
It is an html file provided for the purposes of this competition.
On the live site, certificates will be printed from a Razor Page (.Net Core 2.0 web app).
The other provided file is [login to view URL] to contain the specific styling for certificates.
Use of large areas of block colours should be avoided (we are 'using' our customer's ink).
The winning entrant must supply [login to view URL] and [login to view URL] files that can produce the winning design.
In addition the winning entrant must provide any images and fonts, free of copyright, needed in the winning design.
Fonts need to be provided in formats to suit all browsers (.eot, .svg, .ttf, and woff).
Bootstrap css will apply unless it is over-ridden in the [login to view URL] file.
[login to view URL] does use Bootstrap classes but this is not a requirement.
Print performance critical, but preferable that web page looks identical.
“He was prepared to make a lot of changes during the hand over process to ensure a good result.”