Online click and drag programme

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Experience Level: Expert
General information for the business: I'm a Career Coach
Kind of development: New program from scratch
Description of every module: I'm looking to develop an online exercise that users can buy from my website which is http://www.kickstartcareers.co.uk Rather than describe it, click the link below where you can see a demonstration of something very similar.

http://youtu.be/R3zJ4vs6gNs
Description of requirements/functionality: I've attached the 'hard' version instructions. Please follow instructions 1-7 and then 16-25. This is all I want. 1-7 should be on page 1 of the programme, then the user can click and save before moving on to page 2 which is step 16-25. On this page they should have the list of skills under the very competent column which they can then drag in between the 'skills I enjoy using' and 'skills I don't enjoy using cards'.

Once they have their top 10 skills they can have the option to switch them into a word document which will look like the final page of the attachment, but with the top 10 skills listed.

Once the user has completed the task, they can then import their skills into a word document which will also have some further questions to ponder for reflection. There is no membership but perhaps it's a good idea for them to have a login so they can go back to their answers and repeat the test if necessary. I would not charge them again, there's just one off charge of about $10. They can pay by paypal.

Other requirements:

1. Once they pay I'd like their email address so I can follow up and add them to my mailing list.

2. Once the cards have been selected they don't necessarily need to be shuffled.

3. Merging of the similar cards should be done by the user, simply by clicking and dragging.

4. For the skills I enjoy/don't enjoy, again the user will click and drag these along the scale. The scale can be labelled 1-10 for ease of use.

5. There is no database. This will be on sale on the resources page of my website. I therefore presume that this does not have to have anything to do with the coding for my site as it's a separate programme?

I hope that helps.
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