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Playbook in Action - UI Fixes to Implement US Web Design Standards

Closed
Ended on 02/26/2016
Winning bid (Dan Siddoway): $400.00

Skills

CSS, HTML, and JavaScript

The Playbook in Action is a Python Flask application that simplifies the process of creating agile RFQs and RFPs for digital services for government Contracting Officers and Program Managers. In the application, the user creates a new document by providing the agency, document type, etc. and answers a series of questions about their objectives for the project. The result is a word document version of the RFQ/RFP that can be downloaded onto the user’s computer.

This issue seeks to migrate the front-end design and user-interface from Bootstrap to the US Web Design Standards. The issue will also require that certain CSS classes of text will have distinct styling to distinguish text that will be in the final document and text that is asking questions and providing additional information to the user.

The current styling can be overwritten as is necessary.

Auction rules

Registered users on micropurchase.18f.gov may bid to deliver the requirements in this auction. The lowest bidder at the time the auction closes shall receive the award. The awarded bidder shall have seven business days after notice of award to deliver the requirements. Upon successful completion of the requirements, 18F shall pay the winning bidder.

Application-Specific Acceptance criteria

When a user visits any of the pages in the Playbook in Action site,

Then the user will see that the assets and elements of the the U.S. Web Design Standards, have been incorporated. All of the following elements should follow the styling guidelines and use the Design Standards CSS:

  • Font
  • Color scheme
  • Button styling
  • Tables
  • Alerts
  • Side navigation
  • Margins

Additional CSS text formatting has been implemented for the CSS classes listed in the following github issue: https://github.com/18F/playbook-in-action/issues/81

General acceptance criteria

New features do not degrade accessibility (use pa11y/HTML Code Sniffer).

Resources

Deliverables

A single pull request submitted to https://github.com/18F/playbook-in-action with clear, descriptive commits that satisfy all of the above acceptance criteria.

Bidder DUNS Amount Date (EST)
Evan Rose 07-944-1444 $2,500.00 February 26, 2016 12:52:57 PM EST
Brendan Sudol 080037478 $1,538.00 February 26, 2016 12:33:22 PM EST
Dan Siddoway 080014807 $400.00 * February 26, 2016 12:07:11 PM EST
Joe Hand 080126095 $550.00 February 25, 2016 06:33:21 PM EST
Daniel Connery 079859219 $2,000.00 February 25, 2016 10:52:47 AM EST
Justin Duke 080039148 $720.00 February 24, 2016 05:28:04 PM EST

* - winning bid

Bidding closed

Bidding for this auction closed on February 26, 2016 01:00:00 PM EST.

Auction started at

February 24, 2016 01:00:00 PM EST

Auction ended at

February 26, 2016 01:00:00 PM EST

Delivery deadline

March 08, 2016 01:00:00 PM EST

Eligible vendors

SAM.gov only

Auction type:

Sealed bid (rules)

Paid at:

April 12, 2016 12:15:50 PM EDT

Accepted at:

March 08, 2016 01:00:00 PM EST

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