Create HTML5 Web-Versions of In-Design Educational Manuals - UPDATED
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BACKGROUND & CONTEXT
Our company offers subscriptions to an educational simulation that comes with a student manual and an instructors manual (to guide classroom events) that teachers need to purchase or print off. Many of our users want these to be offered on our website.
We are contracting a local company to develop the online reading engine, built in HTML5 and CSS3. The end product will have a collapsable left nav, similar to this: http://fat.github.com/coffin/ It stays put, only the content scrolls. On mobile devices it's automatically collapsed, but lets you swipe it in and out of view (similar to Facebook's menu). In this example it doesn't allow you to collapse the menu on a Desktop, but in the finished version it would.
Within this menu, we imagine something like this: http://jsfiddle.net/tovic/EDQn9/9/
Our local developer will build the architecture and reading engine and the first 100 pages, but we are looking for a talented front-end web-designer to convert the remaining 620 paper pages into HTML5 / CSS3 web pages as per the coding/formatting blueprint provided. Our two Instructor Manuals are 240 pages in length, less 100, plus 2, 120-page instructor manuals.
THE ATTACHMENT CONTAINS DETAILS FOR OLD JOB DESCRIPTION. THE ARCHITECTING INITIALLY OUTLINED IS NO LONGER REQUIRED.