I need a web developer that can build a dabase intensive site.
I want to create a site that webside that is database intensive using usernames and passwords. The site will go something like this: So when he and his employees go there, I want at least the home page to look similar to what he already has on his website, like maybe pull the main graphic or something. On the front page should also be the employee login, maybe a different page for admin login, or maybe it's the same login and admin takes you to the control panel? Don't really care, just make it look good. What I see happening after you log in, is some page that shows all the different bidtrakker line items. Like maybe a bidtrakker report, it looks just like the one I sent you. Since we create the report here at my office, I will send you the table all the information comes from so you can import it. But if you can create a webpage that looks exactly like the report I sent you, except the line items are clickable. So once you click a line item, now you are looking at a webpage that contains and expands to one bidtrakker job. On that page, now you are going to manage things. Now you are making phone calls, calling subcontractors, etc, and starting to pull together prices so you can submit a bid to the government. So just think about all the things that could happen. You could call a sub and leave a voicemail, So maybe I want to create a note related to the phone call. Mabe there is a button on the webpage that brings up another page to take those notes of the call. Play with this idea of if you had to call multiple people and wanted a trail on the web of all the actions you took, what would that look like? And then I want you to consider the owner of the company. What does his page look like. He's not making the calls, he's figuring out which of his employees are working on what line items from the bidtrakker report. He wants to see what progress has been made, he wants to look at the notes of the phone call. maybe he's got a webpage that shows all bidtrakker numbers, and it also shows all his employees, and he can select a bidtrakker number and see who's working on it, and what they've done, but maybe that same page has his list of employees, and when he clicks on that employee, he sees what work they have done. What's most important is that you start to put together something that I can show the client tomorrow that shows we are headed in a direction that will get him to pay us to go further and develop it. because if we can sell it to him, I can sell the same website over and over to other clients. But let's not get ahead of ourself, I know this is a lot of work, and I want to add really cool things like, say you make a phone call, take notes, and the guy says call me back at 4PM. I want the system to send an automated email to the employee at 4PM saying to call the subcontractor back. So there is automated accountability. and eventually, once the client wins a bid, I want people that are at the jobsite to be able to post pictures about the job, create reports about the job, all web based. This thing is going to be huge! And I want to continue paying you to create my vision. I want to pay 10 dollars an hour, and this could go for more than a month because I will constantly be asking for changes, and some work will need to be done over and over again to get it the way I want it. Even if our timezones are way off, I'm willing to let you have free reign to work out ideas, as long as there is progress made. I will not be able to offer much technically, I can only ask that you create things over and over again, till I see something I like, and then we'll move in that direction. I only have ideas, and I'm willing to pay to see them come to fruition. ------------------------------------------ Added 26 OCT 2011, 1:59 AM EDT My mistake, not due tomorrow, I pulled this description from an earlier edit. You can get a report at and enter your name,email Keywords: Web Programming
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