"Read Brief" opens on same page as main contest's page.
This isn't a really big thing , but what if the "Read Brief" will just collapse/ expand when you click it? No need to load a new page?
P.S. or is there a setting for this already but I haven't noticed it?
It would be so much better if you guys can pull out this thing, much appreciation.
thebiru laut commented
i like this idea .
yes i agree, the location of the brief is above the contest, so designers can read the briefs before the contest, and there are facilities of the brief show / hide brief
Improvements to the contest interface are coming and this will be addressed.
"I think it would be a better deal if the Brief was the first page that opened. I myself don't care to see what others have done before I start. It is getting old when you can upload an image, then people start running away with your ideas."
Agreed with john.
Heck, I was wondering what happened to the short summary on the page, it disappeared so we must open the whole brief now. DUMB!!!
I think it would be a better deal if the Brief was the first page that opened. I myself don't care to see what others have done before I start. It is getting old when you can upload an image, then people start running away with your ideas.
This is good idea, but should be optional... I would rather open the brief in new window if it's long... There should be possibility of "right click > open in new window" as it is now...
Paul Annesley commented
This sounds like a great idea. Hold tight for a couple of weeks though - and then we'll start pumping out improvements like this to the user interface ;)
It would be more eaiser, But 99 shouldn't go out of its way for it
That would make life much easier...
I think this a good idea... As Neonimage suggested Lightbox or just some old fashion CSS design would be good as well. Personally, You wouldn't have to do anything fancy.
I think a lightbox might solve it.
if you dont want it to open on the same page, you can just always right click and "open in new tab/window". , right?
that's a good idea, i'm just wondering cause sometimes the brief is really long...it could take up a huge part of the page...I wonder if that would cause problems somehow, like make it run slow or something. i don't know though, it could work...
yup, i need it too!
yeah, soo right elijah14!
I think this would be great, I've suggested this before when this site is still new. I tend to go back to the brief often to check if I miss some details.