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Marky - application to support image processing business

Main scenarios

Visitor can view job samples

  1. Visitor goes to Samples page;
  2. system shows a list of samples;
    • thumbnail of before and after images
    • Short description
    • is categorised by Work type
  3. user click one of samples and following information appears:
    • two images in their original size;
    • description of the work being done;
    • the cost.

Visitor can gather information about the potential work request

Any Visitor can navigate to the following pages:

  • Home
  • Contact (Owner name, phone number, email)
  • Samples
  • Terms & Conditions
  • Privacy Statement
  • Order form (Visitor provides enough details to become a customer and put an order)

Visitor can place an order

On the Order form (Visitor provides enough details to become a customer and put an order):

  1. Contact information (Title, First name, last name, company name, email, phone, password).
  2. Work request: work type (optional - "I am not sure or custom"), short description, full description, attached photo.
  3. Do you want to add another photo? (if yes go to 2).
  4. Confirm the order.
  5. Customer goes to the Account page.
  6. Customer receives a confirmation notification.

Customer places an order

(Pretty much the same steps as a Visitor does, except no contact information) On the Order form:

  1. Work request: work type (optional - "I am not sure or custom"), short description, full description, attached photo.
  2. Do you want to add another photo? (if yes go to 2).
  3. Confirm the order.
  4. Customer goes to the Account page.
  5. Customer receives a confirmation notification.

Customer can confirm order change

The customer might receive a notification about changes to his order. The notification asks to confirm the order changes and provides the reasons.

So the customer clicks a link from email and:

  1. Opens a page with order details.
  2. Customer chooses one of options:
    1. Confirm.
    2. Clarify.
  3. If 'Confirm' is selected then the customer receives automated notification about the confirmation.
  4. If 'Clarify', then customer should leave a comment and proceed.
  5. Then user goes to Account page.

Customer should pay for the work

Customer receives a notification re: job has been done and can pay for it.

  1. Customer goes to the order details page (from link in email);
  2. if the order has NO outstanding amount, nothing to do;
  3. customer clicks the "Pay" link;
  4. system redirects the customer to external payment provider (PayPal or other);
  5. customer pays on that site on-line;
  6. customer returns to the customer home page;
  7. customer clicks on the needed order;
  8. customer can download all the necessary files included into order;

Customer should be able to download the work results

Requires a payment to be made.

Customer receives a notifications about the work progress

When status of the order is changed a Customer should receive notifications.

Glossary

Visitor:

A person browsing a web site who has not yet been registered.

Customer:

A person registered on the web site who can log in and request a job to be done.

Owner:

The owner of the web site who is responsible for the job to be done and receives the payments.

Order:

The files required for the Job and amount to be paid for that. Contains all the jobs related to the given order.

Order status:

The status of the order: Initial, Pending, In Progress, Completed, Published.

Turnaround time:

Amount from placing the order to the preview.

Preview:

Ready image protected by watermarks so that it becomes unusable as an end result.

Job:

The Job needed to be done by the Owner.

Job type:

Describes the logical type of Job that should be done. It includes: Price of the given type of Job; Description of the Job: Restoration, Enhancement, Corrections, Manipulation.

Payment:

Receipt of money from a customer given to the Owner.

Payment type:

Different types of payment: Paypal, Cash, Bank Cheque.

Payment acknowledgement:

Advise to the customer that a payment has been received via automated email.

Job request:

A request of the Job made to the Owner by a Customer.

Job result:

The set of assets produced as a result of a Job request.

Sample:

Example of a Job request and a Job result that shows the quality of the work. Intended to attract Visitors.

The project dependencies

Production dependencies

Development dependencies

  • mocha
  • shoulda

Additionally useful:

  • ZenTest (for autotest)
  • autotest-notification
  • autotest-rails

License

TO BE DONE

Parts of the code can be used in different applications but should not be deployed to production servers for commercial purposes, in order to avoid competition the owner of this web site.

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