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Checklist app

Keep track of your daily tasks with a checklist app and quickly see the percentage of tasks completed and in progress.

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Challenge info

What's included

Challenges include all the assets you would expect from a designer in real-world projects, plus some resources to help you complete the Challenge.

  • Organized Figma design file
  • Detailed desktop, tablet, and mobile layouts
  • Comprehensive design system
  • Relevant fonts, colors, SVGs, and images
  • Alternative Solutions from members
  • Straightforward quick-start guide
  • Recommended list of learning resources
  • Access to member-only Discord channels

Challenge brief

Your Challenge is to create a personal checklist web application. You should be able to add, edit, and remove list items.

Each list item can be checked or unchecked to mark it as complete or in progress. This change will update a progress bar below the list of items so you can quickly get an idea of how far along you are on the checklist.

Your Challenge is complete when:

  • The website is as close to the original design as possible

  • The website is responsive and viewable on multiple screen sizes

  • Elements have the correct state styles (hover, focus, etc.)

  • Tasks can be added, edited, removed, and marked complete

  • Checking or unchecking a task as complete will update the progress bar below the list of items 

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How it works

When you start a Challenge, you will navigate to a new Solution created for you in the dashboard. This page is where you can read the Challenge brief, download the files, and submit your final Solution.

There's no time limit to complete a Challenge, and you can use any programming language, library, or framework you want.

Once the Challenge is complete, you submit a Solution from the dashboard. Your Solution should be as close to the included design as possible. Do not replace fonts, colors, or other styles. Treating this like actual client work is most helpful to your skill development.

When you submit a Solution, you will be required to provide a link to the final project that points to a GitHub repository. That way, the rest of the community can view your work and learn from your code. Another requirement is you submit a live version of your Solution hosted on one of our approved host providers.