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Luke Nitmann First Project
Implement Initial Front-End for Photo Studio
Glossi Form Mutual NDA - Template.pdf
Complete (US Contractors) Send Questions for Scope Refinement Project pricing finalization ($50 an hour) Onboarding Tuesday March. 29 Fill out a W9 prior to receiving payment Passport or Birth Certificate / License Role: Part-time employee, 30+ hour / limit a week Description: A test that goes over all skillsets necessary to succeed here at Glossi, balancing interactions between web, unreal, front-end and backend. Goal: Implement 'pixel-perfect' photo studio UI based on Figma designs. Figma Reference (to go over with Will): - Attention to detail with matching wireframes to a mockups as closely as possible - Working independently with little to no direction - Your ability to improvise where needed when a design/requirement doesn't include all cases - Write CSS that works in multiple browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari) Interface with Unreal Team (Noah and Trevor), Head of Dev (Thomas), and Chief of Product (Jake). Collaborate with Will on editor designs and component structure. Share ideas on approach and best practices to inform team and process (ie. something you see that can be simpler or better? - let us know!) Build 'Glossi Studio' Interface based on Figma prototypes, covering photo studio and string of shots Dropdown components: Backdrop, Variant Select, Style (Color Picker) Dropdown Reference (from Pitch App):
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Detail view: Bookmark Functionality, Camera Roll, Batch Export This will require close work with Will (Head of Design) as there will be frequent iterations and changes Connecting Glossi Web App to Unreal Instance with Meta Editor Re-theme MUI components (Material Design UI) to match our design system - Vanilla CSS Import Meta Editor React component and ensure that the component can connect to EC2 pixel streaming instance Implement that all Studio functionality use cases (See Figma)
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