Design for an Online Assessment Tool
- Status: Closed
- Prize: $500
- Entries Received: 21
- Winner: crazypyxl
Need a design for an online assessment tool for 2 primary types of users. Assessment takers will be completing a survey comprised of 10 questions with 10 answers presented in a table format. Facilitators will be creating the assessment instances, sharing links with potential assessment takers or conducting surveys on their own device when meeting with them face-to-face.
Each question, referred to as a dimension, is identified by a label 4-32 characters long. Answers are selected from a list of paragraph statements between 32-128 characters long, each corresponding to a level. A basic illustration is attached, although it only shows 5 levels instead of 10.
Viewing or completing the assessment should be possible on standard HTML 5 browsers on desktop, laptop and tablet devices. With resolutions ranging from 1024x768 to 1920x1080, it should display the assessment dimensions, levels, selection and baseline comparison on one page, with minimum scrolling, in both portrait and landscape orientations.
The design should include a header to include the Facilitator's name, organization and logo. Also, intuitive navigation elements should be presented to provide access to additional functionality, such as sharing assessment results, requesting more information or comparing to a baseline, where the Assessment Taker inputs additional data and is then presented with the assessment table again.
The colors and fonts should remind users of www.pwc.com.
The scope of this contest is for an HTML5-compatible design of the page displaying the table, including the navigation and scrolling elements mentioned above.
“crazypyxl went far beyond the other contenders to understand what was needed and provided suggestions iteratively based on my feedback. He also demonstrated flexibility when providing the results in a specific format.”
nevski, United Kingdom.