I include a few screenshots below to introduce what we believe is probably one of the most advanced specification systems in the world that works entirely through a web browser.
(Click on the images below to see them a little larger).
Fig 1 shows that the web browser is split into three areas. The left hand-side is a library of content from Twyford Bathrooms. The user may search or browse through the items - it possible to see previews of the products, indication of price and also filter results to quickly find the assembly that will be specified. The central area of the screen is the project specification. To the right is a list of the spaces in the building. The specified assemblies are associated with the spaces.
|Fig 1 - Select your sanitaryware from the Twyford Bathrooms library|
|Fig 2 - Configure the specification linking child products to the parent assembly|
|Fig 3 - Associate the assemblies to the spaces within your building|
|Fig 4 - Specify the quantities in each type of space|
|Fig 5 - Many different publishing options for the specification, space and quantity information|
|Fig 6 - A professional looking PDF "print out"|
|Fig 7 - It's even possible to import the content into NBS Create|
For a case study on the story behind this development please see our website: