NOTE: see attached mockup. A more extensive interactive mockup is available upon request.
A desktop-oriented (but optimized for mobile viewing) website that allows access-controlled wiki-style article editing and modern browsing/searching/filtering of these articles. Non-profit medical education use.
Existing web platforms (eg, mediawiki, docuwiki) do not seem to combine wiki-style editing with modern browsing, searching and filtering of this content. E-commerce platforms have excellent browsing, searching and filtering functionality but no wiki-style editing abilities. You will need to be able to integrate these two key pieces of functionality. You will need in-depth knowledge of a particular wiki platform to complete this task.
Home screen will have 3 vertical panes.
• The left pane will contain tag hierarchies that allow browsing of content and filtering of search results; it should be collapsible to screen left.
• The middle pane will contain a sortable list of articles (which defaults to all available content but may be narrowed as a result of free text searching and/or filtering by tags). The list of article will contain some limited metadata including star rating, last edit date, etc; this pane will allow sorting by date, rating, popularity, etc.
• The right pane will allow previewing and editing of articles. The right pane (or an additional extreme right pane or right bottom corner pane) will also indicate metadata about the displayed article including tags and star ratings. User can rate articles using same set of stars that display average rating.
Search bar -- top of screen. Will allow predictive autocomplete as well as choosing search results limited to article titles vs full text (alternatively, may display search hits with text contained in titles first, then full text results second).
Create/suggest new article button-- Leads to new screen with large work area (entire screen). Will have required fields on left side (which inclues the name of the article and tags that will later be used to filter it). Box to enter text of the article on R side. Collapsible style guide on far right which gives tips on style and content.
User registration-- Before users can create or edit content, they will be required to register and login. Unregistered users can browse all public content and suggest edits. Before creating an account or suggesting edits, users will have to complete a verification (eg CAPTCHA). Depending on a registered users’ status (eg if they have editor status), they may be able to create/edit directly or only suggest edits. Some content will be private, accessible based on the user’s email domain. The registration screen will ask several required questions (username, email, password, institution, etc) and will also have additional optional survey questions.
• Standard web platforms (if feasible) that can be upgraded without significant breakage
• Security with article-based permissions; access control based on registered users’ email address domain
• Optimized for desktop viewing and editing; optimized for mobile viewing
• Tracking of use statistics: eg, daily users, daily contributions, number of unique registered vs unregistered users, number of contributions per user; ability to export this data as a spreadsheet (no direct visualization needed)
• Batch import/export articles, eg as csv file
- Ability to automatically replace certain text strings on import/export based on user preferences or user email domain
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Hi Your task is very easy for me, so I can complete that in a few hrs from now on. I can't wait to see you on chat for details. Kind Regards, Gleb