Using J Design work
Home â€“ Page
Google like search for users to be able to search within their network. Keep them logged in automatically through cookies.
Users can click on links on homepage to direct them to their Home Network, MyPage, Signup, About Ù Advertise Ù Careers Ù Invitation Only
Create YouTube + MySpace functionality
Create autonomous networks with merging ability.
*note users can not view or search for member friends outside their networks. Invites are made by entering J member ID or Email of invite, than member or person receiving email invite accepts or denies.
J user signs up:
J User Logins
[url removed, login to view] Page J (Welcome - Funster!) (Welcome on page with J members user ID)
J backend: how it works.
Becoming a member
Everyone can sign up to use J .com
J Networks are by invitation only, you must be invited by someone in that network, or someone who is new, must invite another user to grow their network.
User can invite others by entering email or J User ID of friend (if friend does not exist in J , it sends an email invitation to join J ) if user already exists in J , the member accepts or denies invitation to view J profile media.
*Enter J Member or Email Address
Merging two J Networks
If user accepts invitation, both the first user and the second user friends network merge into one network, where all Media are viewable by this whole network.
Media Logs etc belonging to both networks now merge into one, where all Media are available to both users. If user is new to J , and he accepted invitation by J member, than the new user will be able to view picâ€™s from J member who invited him.
Example: First User has 40 friends in his J network and second user has 20 friends, when second user accepts they now have 60 friends all together within their new J network.
URL must be dynamic, example of two J Networks joining into one after acceptance of John to join Charles J network.
Charles belongs to www.J .com/network54 (300 friends)
John belongs to www.J .com/network200 (45 friends)
Charles invites John to join his network so that he will be able to view pics by Charles and his network.
John accepts invite to join Charlesâ€™ network of 300 friends.
Charles & John now belong to www.J .com/network220 (345 friends)
These URLâ€™S change dynamically depending on users within network inviting friends, so the friends network grows larger by the second, and network urls also change dynamically by the second. So one minute you can have 345 friends and the next 2,300 friends, depending on your current network changes.
J Networks keep changing, merging together constantly based on the invites of friends within the network.
So consider yourself a J Member having 54 friends, your friends within your current J network keep inviting friends, so your friends keep growing, 54, 58, 300 friends, and your J network keeps changing (J .com/network320) because of the continuous merging of friends.
Another example, Ma consider you are new to J (J .com/network1), and you invite your brother to join J , he accepts, and now your network is (J .com/network2) which you both belong to. You both have two friends within your network, you both post media/content that both you and your brother can view.
Than your brother meets a friend who also belongs to J , his friend has 2,200 friends within his network (J .com/network349599), your brother invites his friend, and his friend accepts. Now both you and your brother, and his friend belong to (J .com/network389499) with a total of 2,202 friends. Now you and your brother have a lot of pics to view, and of course it keeps growing and growing and merging together.
The J page should display how many friends you have currently.
Design work must page design in J .com/[url removed, login to view] + J .com/[url removed, login to view] + J .com/[url removed, login to view] + J .com/[url removed, login to view] + J .com/[url removed, login to view] and programmers must work with me to insure design is expertly consistent throughout.