Research UI for Gesture-rich Text Editor
- État: Closed
- Prix: $275
- Propositions reçues: 10
Résumé du concours
CLARRIFICATION: I do not seek a PDF editor. I seek an application framework that supports 'split window' and 'cards' within the application.
This features enable deep navigation and multi-viewing panes. Split windows is something like 2 Iframes.
This is a research contest to find a code library that can be used to build an App. The deliverable is a link to a pre-existing demo and ideally its source code. A commercial library for purchase is acceptable. Please include screenshots in your submission.
The app is a special text editor for documents that have both content and annotations. I do not want to build it from the beginning because there must already be some similar code in existence that I can adapt.
This is challenging because of the need to pack so many navigation options into a small 5.5 inch screen. But the winner will find a way.
Here are the desired features of the text editor:-
Dual reading\editing panes.
Must be able to see 2 reading panes when the document is edited. Ie, the document itself and the document annotations separately. Both must be visible in edit mode.
- Pane 1:- 3 paragraphs average size
- Pane 2:- 2 sentences average size.
Also a third section (perhaps visible only by gesture) is needed to store a 1 sentence comment.
- save\copy regularly used sentences
- be able to easily find and copy these sentences from a folder or tree structure
Intra-Document navigation panel
- assuming the document is 20 pages, must be able to quickly jump to parts of the document by sub-title.
So the goal of the contest is to find something already built that can do the above. It must do so in an extremely easy to navigate way for a 5.5 inch screen.
The winner of the contest will be the person whom finds the most gesture-rich text editor to easily and smoothly bring these above features to the user.
I stress this is an app design contest, not an app coding contest. My goal is to discover examples of the concept in action.
In the above examples, it would require the screen split into 4 panes, it would look horrible. So we need to find a creative use of gestures and UI to visualise it all.
Obviously - I am looking for something more clever than one reading pane and 3 menu buttons to choose a different pane.