Task Assignment Workflow

Design and implement a responsive login component with fields for username and password, and basic form validation.

3-5 hours

About This Project


In this practice project, you'll implement an "Assign a Task" feature for a project management SaaS app.

The implementation should adhere closely to provided mockups, ensuring a high-fidelity realization of the design vision.

This project will focus on front-end development, with data storage handled locally to simulate interaction with a backend system.

Suggested Technologies

You may use whatever frameworks you like to complete the implementation, but here are some frameworks you may wish to consider.

  • Frontend Frameworks: Consider using React, Vue.js, or Angular for building the UI, especially for their reactivity and component-based architectures which are ideal for implementing type-ahead functionality and handling dynamic data.
  • State Management: For applications with complex state logic, incorporating state management libraries like Redux (for React), Vuex (Vue), or NgRx (Angular) can help manage the application's state, especially for storing and updating the list of teammates and tasks.

User Stories

  1. Task Assignment: Users should be able to assign tasks to teammates within the project management system, enhancing collaborative efforts.
  2. Local Data Storage: Simulate backend integration by storing teammate and task assignment information in local storage, preparing for future backend development.
  3. UI Fidelity: Ensure the user interface matches provided mockups as closely as possible, delivering a polished and professional user experience.

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  • Detailed User Stories
  • Figma Design File
  • Image files of the target layout
  • Starter Code and README file


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