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Al-Islam 2.0 Mockups: Portal

Posted September 15th, 2010 in Al-Islam 2.0 by Mohammed Ali V

This is the first of a series of blog posts to explain the features of Al-Islam 2.0 using the mockups.  In this post we’ll be explaining the Portal Mockups.  Click on the mockup to zoom into the image & view the annotations.

1. Homepage


The Portal will will server as the home page of Al-Islam.org for an unregistered user.  Registered users’ homepage will be the “Dashboard”.  The purpose of the Portal is to organize the collection of resources on Al-Islam.org, and present it in a way that is easy for the user to reach what the user is looking for.

2. Category Page


The Library category page is accessed from the Homepage.  The above Mockup shows the category page of “History & Biography”. Each of the category pages will be customized to highlight important and popular resources.

3. Resource listing


Listing of resources of a Sub category. The options allows the user to filter the resources by type, preview Table of Contents and view ratings of the resource.
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2 Responses so far.

  1. karam ali shah says:

    good effort but it will take time to get use to it

  2. Piracetam says:

    Islamport gives access to over 5,000 digitised texts in Arabic on a wide variety of subjects, with a particular focus on the Islamic sciences. It draws together resources from a number of other sites, making it one of the most comprehensive digital libraries for Islamic studies. The library can be navigated through a search function or by subject – the subjects list is found in the khizānat al-kutub section, accessible from the main page. The site also includes a ‘comprehensive library’ (al-maktabah al-shāmilah) program that allows users to download a large number of texts at once. The site is available only in Arabic.

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