Flash Quiz

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A driving school is looking for an experienced flash designer to create a flash quiz for the school’s website similar to those found at:

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The Quiz already exists in VB, written many years ago when I was in college.

This is how the game play should be for the quiz:

The user selects from the main screen the desired category. The available categories will be: Cars, Motorcycles, Trucks and Bus.

Once the main category is selected the user selects between two options. Option 1 is Test “mode”. Option 2 is study “mode”

In Test mode quiz screen:

The quiz is produced from 30 random questions from the selected category (i.e cars). The questions are selected in the following way: 5 questions from subcategory 1, other 5 questions from subcategory 2, 10 questions from subcategory 3 and 10 questions from subcategory 4.

The user has on the left side of the monitor the Question Text (that is also narrated by a sound file every time a new question appears) and the three or four possible answers (depends on the question) that the user can click and listen to their text. On the right hand side of the monitor there should be an image (depending on the question). Under the image there are two buttons. One button is to confirm the selected answer and the other button is to skip and proceed to the next question. When all 30 questions are answered or 30 minutes passed a results monitor appears and the user receives feedback and types in the name. The user’s name and result is saved for future reference ( a print out would be useful but not necessary). The user should be able to turn off the sound during the test and quit the test completely.

In Study Mode Quiz Screen:

In study mode, the user after selecting a category between the four (cars, motorcycles, trucks, buses) will be able to select a subcategory to study. Once the subcategory is selected all questions from this subcategory should be available for the user to answer in a specific order. There will be again a narration when every new question appears and when the user clicks on answer’s text (with the ability to turn off the sound). But in the study mode the feedback will be instant when the user clicks the confirm button. Instead of the skip button in this mode there will be an “explain” button available (depending on question). When the user clicks the explain button, a video will start loading and playing while overlapping the quiz. There should also be an “escape” button so the user can skip the video or quit the study mode completely.

Application Requirements:

The application should be in flash and the database storing images and sounds of questions and answers should be in MySQL (as well as the results of the test mode). The design of the interface must have the ability to change. All images, sounds and videos need to load on runtime to reduce file size. When the sound is in mute from the user the application should not load at all the sound files from the server for bandwidth purposes. The application should recognise and store in database the Greek characters in utf8 format.

What will be provided from me:

• The design of the interface in Photoshop or Flash.
• All the questions (1470) and answers categorized with links to images and sounds in access or xml file.
• All the sound files
• All the images files
• The Video files.

For any questions or suggestions for improvements please feel free to contact me I understand that the whole Greek interface will be confusing for you but hey this is a good opportunity to practice foreign languages and i will provide good directions on how to handle this.

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