Maestro Template Designer

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A Transact Template Designer is responsible for the creation and functionality of the templates used as the foundation for forms created with Transact Maestro. The template defines the look-and-feel of the form as well as the components based on requirements provided by the client. In addition, the template designer can dictate what elements can be accessed and modified by the form designer.

The Template Designer will create the initial template using the appropriate libraries and IDEIntegrated Development Environment. based on discussions with the client’s UXUser experience (UX) design is the process of creating products that provide meaningful and relevant experiences to users. This involves the design of the entire process of acquiring and integrating the product, including aspects of branding, design, usability, and function. design team. The Template Designer will also make small modifications to the existing template using the Maestrotemplate designer interface.

Example tasks of a Template Designer include:

  • Creating the custom template, including the placeholder template.
  • Managing style libraries within the Maestro project and organization.
  • Creating component styles for use in Maestro applications.
  • Creating brands that can be applied in the Maestro form.

Prerequisite Skillset of a Template Designer

Objectives and Goals of a Template Designer

  • Review and analysis design specifications for use in the Maestro template.
  • Ensure best practices are followed when new styles and templates are created.
  • Ensure accessibility requirements are met.

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