Task Card Component and Detail View

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

3-5 hours

About This Project


This project involves developing a detailed task view and a reusable task card component for a project management application. Your assignment includes designing a task card component that displays essential information and can be used throughout the application and creating an interactive task detail page that activates when a user clicks on a task card.

The aim is to ensure that both components are user-friendly, adhere to responsive design principles, and align with provided mockups for clarity and ease of navigation.

You may use any tools you wish in order to build the frontend.

We have provided a JSON file with sample user and task information that you can use to populate the task card and detail view.


  • Develop a Reusable Task Card Component: Design a task card that summarizes key information such as task priority, status, and due date, which can be used consistently across different parts of the application.
  • Detailed Task Information: Develop a task detail page that displays all critical information about a task, including its priority, status, assignee, due date, and subtasks.
  • Responsive and Accessible Design: Ensure the task detail page is accessible and fully responsive, providing a seamless user experience on both desktop and mobile devices.

User Stories

  1. Task Overview Accessibility:
    • As a user, I want to quickly see important details like task priority, status, and due date on a task card so I can quickly analyze information across multiple tasks and make quick decisions.
  2. Detailed Task Interaction:
    • As a user, when I click on a task card, I expect to be taken to a detailed view where I can see extensive information such as subtasks and assignee details and interact with the task.
  3. Consistent Component Use:
    • As a user, I want to see task information displayed consistently throughout the application.
  4. Cross-Device Usability:
    • As a user, I need the interface to be adaptable and easy to navigate on any device, ensuring that I can manage tasks effectively regardless of where I am or what device I am using.

Stretch Goals

To go above and beyond, consider adding one or more of the following features:

  • Task Modification: Enable users to edit task details directly from the detail page, including priority, due date, and assignees.
  • Collaboration Enhancement: Add a comment section where team members can discuss the task, update progress, or ask questions.
  • Activity Tracking: Incorporate a history or activity log showing changes made to the task over time.

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

Skills Practiced

  • Responsive Web Design: Ensure that both the task card and detail view are optimized for various devices using CSS Flexbox, Grid, and media queries.
  • Component-based Architecture: Use a modern development framework like React or Vue to create reusable components, including the task cards, that maintain state and functionality across different parts of the application.
  • UI/UX Design: Follow the provided design mockups closely to develop a user-friendly and visually appealing detail page.
  • State Management and Event Handling: Manage application state and user interactions within the task detail view, ensuring that edits and interactions are reflected in real-time.
  • Version Control: Use Git for version control, documenting your development process and changes.


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