AirRide Controller interface on 2,4" and 3,2 tft touch screen
- Status: Pending
- Prize: €25
- Entries Received: 2
- Winner: oshoshosh
I build an AirRide Controller. That allows a car to be set at adjustable height. Search google when you've got no clue ;)
The underlying hardware is based on Arduino and the touch screen is made by Nextion.
I'm looking for help designing 4 to 5 pages on a 2,4 AND a 3,2 inch tft screen. So each page to build for 2,4 and 3,2".
To help understanding what I'm looking for, I attached multiple similar system setups. That can be digital, using a tft screen or a button switch like setup.
I'm sure that will help you understand the functionality and the best way to put that on a relative small screen.
Also, a PDF is attached, which contains the explanation of how things work. In that manual I used a screen setup like I have that available now. That also will help you my understanding of what to show, however that might be too technical (with too much digits shown).
My current setup uses image overlay options to (kind of) make the buttons transparent. That seems the best way to allow the (background) image look and work like the buttons are pressed. So... to act like a buttons is touched, a second background image is needed which shows the button pressed. For each button a second image is needed showing the same images with the button pressed. Any suggestions around this is welcome.
The number of necessary pages on the screen will depend on what info and functions to show per page. Currently I use multiple pages, but that might decrease, depending on the final screen layouts.
The best way getting this covered, I think, is to show me a couple of your ideas how to design those pages.
Really looking forward to your ideas around how to build and show the screens. Please be aware this is something with one user at the end. It seems very difficult to put something like this on the market, so my goal is to have something build just for my own needs.
Thank you for your interest and suggestion(s).
PS: let me know about your cost indication.
I might (possibly) create a second request for the actual work.