Simple mobile web app to add arrows and dots to images
A web or native iOS/Android app that has 2 functions – allowing annotation of dots to an image, or adding arrows to an image.
Please see attached PDF and files and youtube link for more details for an accurate quote.
It must be designed so that in the future when desired, a log in screen could be added at a later date.
“Part 1: Arrow App”
Allow user to click a grid of 64 buttons (look at image below) and select any number of buttons.
For these buttons it will add arrows to co-ordinates on a jpg/diagram corresponding to the button and then allow diagram to be printed/emailed as PDF with a text report underneath saying which buttons were clicked, each button has corresponding text (for example in image 'arrow [login to view URL]' attached:
Button 1 relates to ‘front rings’, button 2 relates to left front wheel, button 5 relates to right headlight)
The image may have several points for each number (so possibly around 100 points, for 64 buttons) - for example there may be 2 points for #1, 2 points for #2, 1 point for #3 etc.
See Arrow [login to view URL] attached.
“Part 2: Dot App”
Full brief found in pdf - 'Dot App Description'
Video found here - [login to view URL]
A web or native iOS/Android app that lets a user load up to 3 images, and annotate different coloured dots and notes to them, then submit to email as a pdf or printing (for web format) in a preset, attractive format.
Its main platform would be on mobile phones and tablets. It must be usable on iOS and android phones/tablets, and desktop web browsers.
It is EXTREMELY important that the Dot app is very usable on tablets and smart phones - that is its main platform to work on - so when editing the images it must zoom in, similar to the videos, to allow easy manipulation / resizing of the images and placement of the dots, then zoom out after manipulation has finished.
The app must allow preferences to be saved:
10-15 different coloured with different letters in the dot, as well as giving each dot a ‘title’.
It must allow custom text set by the user to be inserted automatically into the pdf/printed version.
Default email address to email generated PDF to.
The PDF is not retained – the data is not saved once the PDF has been generated.
The correct link for video is https://youtu.be/yzob_4e0oyg