We are building a new windows app that lets you manage connections to other systems. You can specify a website, or an application, and provide your login details for it and it saves these off and validates that they are working.
This is going to work against many systems that we will plugin. Each system (Rent a Coder / Norton Anti virus / MSDN / Facebook) will have a 'contact card' on the left side of the User Interface. This contact card should look like a contact box in outlook kind of, but with more style and cool looks: [url removed, login to view]
On the contact card should be the following items:
1. Icon for system
2. Name of system
3. Count of configured "Profiles"
4. Count of profiles that are INVALID and need to be corrected.
A vidual indicator on the contact card when a profile is invalid would be cool too.
On the right hand side of the screen will be the details for a 'selected' contact card. Select on the left, details on the right.
On the right will be a list of the profiles or logins that you have configured for that system in some kind of nice looking list. There should be an indicator of each profile that is valid or invalid.
On the right you will be able to Add / Edit / Delete new profiles. Add / Edit should happen in a modal dialog, not in the body of the UI.
I expect that the max resolution for this ui should be around 1024 x 768.
I really like Dark Blues and Steel Gray colors. Attached is a header image I like that I ripped off of a web site and also a hand drawn image of the User Interface as I see it in my mind.
I'd like a psd file in the end.
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Hi, I'm currently working as a programmer and overhauling the interface on our application and I've done plenty of graphic design work in the past too. I can provide you with a PSD for this, no problems.
Hi, we have read the project details, and ready to start.I am sure that i can complete this project in time. We commit for time as "EVERY SECONDS COUNTS"! for US.