**Single Page User Interface Rework and implementation**
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This is a simple online calculator that helps architects and users of 3d printing determine how thick something needs to be at real world scale so when the building is scaled down, the detail can still be resolved on a 3d printer. It does basic math calculations but displays these in a user friendly way. (or not so user friendly right now!). The function, inputs and outputs need to be immediately and intuitively communicated.
We are hearing from users of this page that it is not clear how to use this online calculator. The successful candidate will be able to direct us to their examples of good User Interface (UI).
In addition to implementing your ideas, We need the following issues addressed:
Include a radio button or switch to change the calculator from Standard to Metric.
Make it clear what the user should input.
Change the order of the input fields so that for Standard measurement, the 1" = xxx' is first (or highlighted or obvious). In Metric the Ratio 1:xxx is the most used format.
Implement click-able help boxes on most fields (we will write or suggest the text)
Make a new default printing technology field of "ANY"
Make it clear what the output is and what the units are for the output.
Option to have a pull down to change the units of the output. EG. Have a pull down for Feet so that the real world units can be in feet but the model scale units are in mm.
Add lines under the "posts and beam" for "Structural Walls" and "Hollowing thickness"
Improve Branding and overall look to more closely match the Website.
Add links at the bottom including Help -> Why do I need this, Get your model printed, get an estimate etc.
Remove Permission to distribute, replace with copyright. It would be good if the final code was not easy to see on a browser.