The objective of this exercise is to redesign the homepage of WikiOrgCharts and the homepage when a person has logged in -- 2 pages. Please feel free to submit mock-ups so that we can make this more like a contest. These submissions will be highly prefered. Wireframes are acceptable. I expect bids to not be not above $150.
On the homepage when a person is logged in we want to have an entry point where a prospective user can see that we have lots of content ie org charts to offer. The current page is a bit flat
The purpose is to present a number of tasks, statuses, and editorial elements that are constantly changing. Combined with email alerts this will induce users to return to WikiOrgCharts.
some of the elements can be found can be found on other (competitive) sites. We want to duplicate these elements but not in a way that depicts that we are copying outright. We should differentiate by our choice of words and integrating the elements into a the WikiOrgChart style.
the successful designer should log into Wikiorgcharts using Linkedin or facebook and also examine the sites that are in the PowerPoint. Other sites to look at include Branchout and Jibe
On homepage there is a module that states how many individuals and companies are listed in wikiorgcharts.
On homepage there is a module that lists a registered users recent activity. This number includes fB/LI adds
Profiles viewed: x
People Added: x
People Updated: y
Companies Added: z
Companies Updated: x
When user clicks on "see all" link he is taken to a page that lists the companies/people thAt he added, updated or viewed. The page has tabs for each section listing the name/company, the date the interaction took place., and a link to the person/company
There is a "Who's Viewed your Profile" module on home page that quantifies the number of people who have seen your profile in the last 7 days. This module also lists the number of times that your profile has come up in search results.
Who's Viewed Your Profile
X Your profile has been viewed by x people in the last 7 days. There is a link to people that have viewed your profile.
Y You have shown up in searches x times in the last 7 days
The first statement is hyperlinked and leads to a page which shows which wikiorgchart users looked at your profile and the days since they viewed the profile.
Who's Viewed Your Profile in the Past Week
There should be a section that states that people who viewed your profile also viewed profile of other people.
There is a section on the homepage that shows how complete a person's profile is A profile is considered 100% complete if a UR has a) a company associated with it b) a title associated with it c) is properly placed on an org chart (2) d) has an email associated with it (2) e) has a telephone number associated with it f) has a facebook account associated with it g) has a linkedin account associated with it. H) has a facebook act associated with it.
On home page user should be given an indication of how complete his account is and actions he can take to make his account complete
Your WikiOrgCharts Profile is x% Complete
[indicator bar with color] there should be a link to missing elements
There is a section on the homepage that asks users to invite their Facebook/Linkedin Friends to join wikiorgcharts. There should also be a way to enter in a person's email addressClicking on invite posts a message on their facebook/linkedin wall or sends them a private massage. This section shows x number of people initially and then a see more link. The see more page lists all of the imported first degree connections and invite
he name of each person is hyperlinked (connecting to their profile page) there is also an icon listing the their cuurent title and company