[IPFire Artwork] Design Request | Captive Portal

Daniel Weismüller daniel.weismueller at ipfire.org
Mon Feb 1 14:41:54 CET 2016


No.

The last screenshot shows the customization part from "good old" 
configurationsite of the url-filter.
For better understanding i've made a  (3) screenshot(s) of the whole page.

- Daniel

Am 01.02.2016 um 14:32 schrieb Maurice Gesswein:
> Is that the place where the hoster can include his own T&Cs, upload a 
> company logo, add the company name, etc?
>
> On Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 2:27 PM, Daniel Weismüller 
> <daniel.weismueller at ipfire.org <mailto:daniel.weismueller at ipfire.org>> 
> wrote:
>
>     me again :)
>
>     Another screenshot now from the webif where you may customize
>     blockpage from the url-filter.
>
>     - Daniel
>
>
>     Am 01.02.2016 um 14:24 schrieb Maurice Gesswein:
>>
>>     Perfect. Thanks Daniel.
>>
>>     Am 01.02.2016 2:22 nachm. schrieb "Daniel Weismüller"
>>     <daniel.weismueller at ipfire.org
>>     <mailto:daniel.weismueller at ipfire.org>>:
>>
>>         Here are the screenshots as requested.
>>
>>         - Daniel
>>
>>         Am 31.01.2016 um 08:53 schrieb Maurice Gesswein:
>>>
>>>         Good morning,
>>>         I use lorem ipsum than. Thanks.
>>>
>>>         Am 31.01.2016 4:31 vorm. schrieb "Michael Tremer"
>>>         <michael.tremer at ipfire.org <mailto:michael.tremer at ipfire.org>>:
>>>
>>>             Hi,
>>>
>>>             On Sat, 2016-01-30 at 22:06 +0100, Maurice Gesswein wrote:
>>>             > Can someone send me the terms & condition text from
>>>             the screenshots
>>>             > as real text?
>>>
>>>             There is a text area where the user will type in the
>>>             T&Cs. So there is
>>>             no predefined text and it might change.
>>>
>>>             Do you still want some sample or can you just use lorem
>>>             ipsum?
>>>
>>>             -Michael
>>>
>>>             >
>>>             > Thanks in advance.
>>>             >
>>>             > On Sat, Jan 30, 2016 at 4:01 AM, Michael Tremer
>>>             <michael.tremer at ipfir
>>>             > e.org <http://e.org>> wrote:
>>>             > > Hi,
>>>             > >
>>>             > > On Fri, 2016-01-29 at 20:37 +0100, Alexander Marx wrote:
>>>             > > > > Hey,
>>>             > > > >
>>>             > > > > OK, in general I got it. Thanks for the screens
>>>             Alex.
>>>             > > > >
>>>             > > > > I have a few questions and suggestions.
>>>             > > > >
>>>             > > > > To be prepared for further upcoming pages like
>>>             these, are you
>>>             > > able
>>>             > > > > to hand over a list of them (perhaps with
>>>             screenshots)? Not
>>>             > > really
>>>             > > > > needed, but very helpful to deliver a consistent
>>>             flexible
>>>             > > design.
>>>             > >
>>>             > > Don't worry about them too much.
>>>             > >
>>>             > > > As far as i know there are no other "external"
>>>             pages. The
>>>             > > > Webinterface of IPFire has an own design and
>>>             several themes, i
>>>             > > think
>>>             > > > you already saw them.
>>>             > >
>>>             > > However, there are a few. I included both of them in
>>>             the first
>>>             > > email.
>>>             > > On top of that there are the squid error pages. I am
>>>             not too sure
>>>             > > if we
>>>             > > can modify those quite nicely.
>>>             > >
>>>             > > I will figure that out and get back to you.
>>>             > >
>>>             > > > > Should the hoster be able to include his own
>>>             logo/brand? That
>>>             > > would
>>>             > > > > give the users a lot more trust in that things.
>>>             If an image
>>>             > > upload
>>>             > > > > is not in the current scope, I suggest a
>>>             prominent headline
>>>             > > where
>>>             > > > > the hoster is able to include the company name.
>>>             Do you agree?
>>>             > >
>>>             > > > Actually the hoster is able to change the Title
>>>             (The top-title in
>>>             > > the
>>>             > > > screenies like "Login" or on the other page "My
>>>             private HotSpot")
>>>             > > > maybe we can add a Logo but we have to decide
>>>             which dimensions
>>>             > > are
>>>             > > > allowed. This is difficult as many companies have
>>>             different
>>>             > > > dimensions of Logos. Some are 4:3, others are like
>>>             27:9 and so
>>>             > > on.
>>>             > > > What do other people think?
>>>             > >
>>>             > > I think we don't need that. We usually have the
>>>             opportunity to
>>>             > > upload
>>>             > > an entire HTML template, so that if someone wants to
>>>             replace the
>>>             > > page,
>>>             > > they can do that. But just a logo is a bit too easy.
>>>             Who ever wants
>>>             > > to
>>>             > > brand this as their own should do that with the
>>>             rest, too.
>>>             > >
>>>             > > And of course we should not forget about doing some
>>>             advertisement
>>>             > > for
>>>             > > our own product :) However, I get many emails from
>>>             annoyed students
>>>             > > that can't access dirty websites in their school. LOL
>>>             > >
>>>             > > > > Since it's part of IPFire, should those pages be
>>>             designed like
>>>             > > the
>>>             > > > > new upcoming style of IPFire? Means same color
>>>             theme, button
>>>             > > style,
>>>             > > > > IPFire logo, caption like "powered by IPFire",
>>>             etc? Or should
>>>             > > it
>>>             > > > > totally generic so that the users has no clue
>>>             what system shows
>>>             > > > > those dialogs?
>>>             > >
>>>             > > I would like a "powered by IPFire" at least and even
>>>             advise people
>>>             > > who
>>>             > > replace the theme by their own to keep that in.
>>>             > >
>>>             > > This does not need to be like the new stuff but I
>>>             think it should
>>>             > > feel
>>>             > > a bit like IPFire but also be neutral. We do not
>>>             need to hide that
>>>             > > this
>>>             > > is an IPFire system though.
>>>             > >
>>>             > > > No. I think if we have something like a
>>>             "background-color"
>>>             > > instead of
>>>             > > > a picture, we should the hoster let configure it,
>>>             so the people
>>>             > > are
>>>             > > > able to adpat the colors to their own corporate
>>>             identity. So if
>>>             > > you
>>>             > > > woul like to work with gradients or similar, i
>>>             would recommend to
>>>             > > > make it configurable.
>>>             > >
>>>             > > Nah, not too many options. We wanted to keep this
>>>             simple.
>>>             > >
>>>             > > > Michael, what do you think?
>>>             > >
>>>             > > See above :)
>>>             > >
>>>             > > -Michael
>>>             > >
>>>             > > > >
>>>             > > > > Best, Maurice
>>>             > > > >
>>>             > > > > On Fri, Jan 29, 2016 at 1:51 PM, Alexander Marx
>>>             <alexander.marx
>>>             > > @oab
>>>             > > > > .de> wrote:
>>>             > > > > > Hi
>>>             > > > > >
>>>             > > > > > Here are the actual ugly screenshots from the
>>>             loginpage.
>>>             > > > > > one version with voucher access and the other
>>>             one with
>>>             > > license
>>>             > > > > > agreement.
>>>             > > > > >
>>>             > > > > > Alex
>>>             > > > > >
>>>             > > > > >
>>>             > > > > >
>>>             > > > > > Am 29.01.2016 um 02:59 schrieb Michael Tremer:
>>>             > > > > > >  Hi Maurice,
>>>             > > > > > >
>>>             > > > > > > I know that you are busy with other things, but
>>>             > > nevertheless I
>>>             > > > > > > would
>>>             > > > > > > like to send you this request.
>>>             > > > > > >
>>>             > > > > > > Alex is currently working on a so called
>>>             captive portal.
>>>             > > That
>>>             > > > > > > are these
>>>             > > > > > > things that pop up on your phone or laptop
>>>             when you connect
>>>             > > to
>>>             > > > > > > a
>>>             > > > > > > wireless network in a hotel or cafe. That
>>>             web page that is
>>>             > > > > > > shown is
>>>             > > > > > > what we need to design now.
>>>             > > > > > >
>>>             > > > > > > We also have a few other pages that are
>>>             shown to the users
>>>             > > of
>>>             > > > > > > the
>>>             > > > > > > network when for example a web page is
>>>             blocked. That page
>>>             > > > > > > however is
>>>             > > > > > > really ugly and probably needs a remake as
>>>             well. I want to
>>>             > > > > > > focus on the
>>>             > > > > > > captive portal for now, but I guess you
>>>             would like to know
>>>             > > that
>>>             > > > > > > there
>>>             > > > > > > are more. [1] and [2]. Really bad right?
>>>             They scare users.
>>>             > > > > > >
>>>             > > > > > > Alex will send you a screenshot of the
>>>             development version
>>>             > > we
>>>             > > > > > > have now.
>>>             > > > > > > This is just a quick page to show the
>>>             concept and what we
>>>             > > are
>>>             > > > > > > roughly
>>>             > > > > > > after.
>>>             > > > > > >
>>>             > > > > > > There are two options for now. The first one
>>>             is where the
>>>             > > user
>>>             > > > > > > has to
>>>             > > > > > > agree to a license and click a "I accept"
>>>             button. The
>>>             > > second
>>>             > > > > > > one is
>>>             > > > > > > where the user will have to type in a
>>>             voucher code and
>>>             > > click a
>>>             > > > > > > button
>>>             > > > > > > to log in.
>>>             > > > > > >
>>>             > > > > > > Would you like to work on this?
>>>             > > > > > >
>>>             > > > > > > If so, a quick mock-up would be okay for
>>>             now, because we
>>>             > > would
>>>             > > > > > > like to
>>>             > > > > > > put this entire project on the wishlist to
>>>             raise some
>>>             > > crowd-
>>>             > > > > > > funding
>>>             > > > > > > money. Giving the user that mock-up would
>>>             certainly help so
>>>             > > > > > > that they
>>>             > > > > > > get a good impression what they are
>>>             supporting here. The
>>>             > > actual
>>>             > > > > > > implementation will happen a bit later when
>>>             enough funds
>>>             > > have
>>>             > > > > > > been
>>>             > > > > > > raised.
>>>             > > > > > >
>>>             > > > > > > @Alex, would you please send some
>>>             screenshots of the two
>>>             > > pages
>>>             > > > > > > we have
>>>             > > > > > > so far?
>>>             > > > > > >
>>>             > > > > > > Best,
>>>             > > > > > > -Michael
>>>             > > > > > >
>>>             > > > > > > P.S. @Maurice, I know that I am throwing a
>>>             bit of random
>>>             > > stuff
>>>             > > > > > > at you.
>>>             > > > > > > Just let me know when I don't make sense any
>>>             more :)
>>>             > > > > > >
>>>             > > > > > > [1]
>>>             http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-9sw4wUeUsgQ/VfU-c33FMDI/AAAAA
>>>             > > AAAD
>>>             > > > > > > zM/bBnJN4oCffo/s640/31.png
>>>             > > > > > > [2]
>>>             http://wiki.ipfire.org/_media/en/addons/clamav/squidcla
>>>             > > mav-
>>>             > > > > > > detection.png
>>>             > > > > > >
>>>             > > > > >
>>>             > > 
>>>
>>
>
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