Credit Report HTML
- Status: Closed
- Prize: $190
- Entries Received: 4
- Winner: danielminovski1
In the past, Credit Reports printed out on noisey old dot-matrix printers and they were boring looking black&White reports.
All credit reports have to contain certain data. Those elements are:
The division of credit bureau data elements are the same divisions whether it is a single bureau or a merged report:
Address On file
SSN Match Mismatch
Credit Bureau Alert Messages (if any)
FICO Score with "Reason Codes"
Public Records (if any)
Derogatory items (if any)
Collections (if any)
Regular revolving credit tradelines
Regular Installment credit Tradelines
Regular Mortgage Tradelines
Regular "Other" tradelines
End of report
But.... the credit reports no longer have to be boring. This contest is to include all of the above stated required elements, in a tri-merge report, and do it in a logical, yet colorful-non-boring way. Note the first file attached (sample credit report). It is good from a color standpoint, and a design concept of having 3 columns, one for each bureau, but it lacks in providing all of the required elements.
"FICO" score, the 3 digit "credit score" is another item that needs to be highlighted.
It does not matter how short or long the report is, that varies on the amount of data in that particular report, the skeleton of the required elements needs to always be there, and ease of reading and clean lines are important.
The winner of this HTML design contest will have created a report environment that is able to take a great amount of data from 3 different sources and display the data in a report that is both logical as well as asthetically pleasing to the eye.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks Good Luck!
“Daniel, you did a fantastic job. Congratulations on winning the contest!”
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