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Dates

Starts:25-Oct-13 5:39 p.m. GMT

Ends:28-Oct-13 5:39 p.m. GMT

Awards

Award 1: $350, was awarded to vdecides

Formats

JPG, Layered PSD, JS, CSS, HTML

Contract

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Materials

File 1: poi.zip (126.4 KB)

Uploaded on 25-Oct-13 5:19 p.m. GMT

Creative brief

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Business Name

Masters Assignment

What do you do?

Computer Science Masters Student

What is your industry?

Education and Universities

What 3 things do you want to communicate to your audience through your app?

The app is almost complete just need the finishing touches done since I will not be able to meet my deadline for submission which is 12AM tomorrow.
The complete application will be uploaded and hopeful to communicate with perspective individuals who can help.
I need the application fully operational and commented

How many app screens do you need designed?

Check the information in "....commnicate to your audience through your app.."

Do your app designs need to be a particular size?

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What mobile app styles do you like?

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What colors do you want to see in your mobile app design?

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What colors do you NOT want to see in your mobile app design?

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What adjectives should best describe your app design?

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Do you have additional info or links you'd like to share?

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Brief updates

25-Oct-13 5:44 p.m. GMT
In this laboratory students are required to complete the attached mobile web application which is
intended to satisfy the following requirements:
1. View the names, addresses, descriptions, costs of entry and personal ratings of a list of
places of interest;
2. Add the name, address, description, cost of entry and a rating for a given place of
interest;
3. Search for a place of interest;
4. View the user’s current location on a map;
5. View information about the owner of the business including his/her name, address,
telephone number and email address; and,
6. Remove all the places of interest.

In order to complete the application each student is required to modify it as follows:

1. Add informative inline comments to all of the files of the application
2. Add a dialog for the about button which displays a description of the company owner;
and using jQuery Mobile’s grid feature display the owner’s telephone number and email
address (as links which when activated runs appropriate software to complete the
operation, for example the email link opens a mail client)
3. Add a new page (in a separate HTML file) which allows a user to see his/her current
location on a map using the GPS features of the mobile device
4. On the Add a Place of Interest form, add validation to the Cost (id=”price”) form field
which allows numbers in the format 0.99, 23.45 and so on. In other words, a one or more
digit number followed by two decimal places. Also, extend the validation on the Name
field to allow full names, for example “Bob Smith” as well as double barrel names

5. Add a new page (in a separate HTML file) which allows the user to clear all their places
of interest. Before clearing the places of interests the system should tell the user how
many places of interest that he/she has and ask the user to confirm that he/she wants to
delete the places of interest ; and,
6. Add a new page (in a separate HTML file) which produces a list of the places of interest
(each item should have the name of the place of interest on one line and the address on
the other in a smaller font) which is in alphabetical order, is divided by dividers (e.g.
“A”or “B”) and is searchable. When a user clicks on a list item a new page (in a separate
HTML file) should be opened which displays the details of the places of interest suitably
styled using CSS3