The Tygron Client is an application that allows users to log in and interact with the Tygron Platform. It can be used to:
- Create new projects;
- Edit existing projects;
- Explore scenarios using test-run sessions;
- Host single and multi-stakeholder sessions;
- Manage your Tygron Platform account.
The Tygron Client provides distinct user interfaces for these various actions:
- Login screens
- The login screen and various validation screens. These are shown before you have logged in and shortly after to check if the user can connect with the Tygron Platform and properly run the Tygron Client.
- To manage your projects and account and optionally domain, you can use the administration interface.
- The interface relevant to Stakeholders in a the project session. This interface is rendered on top of the 3D Visualization, and provides a user with all the options and information relevant to their role as stakeholder. This is the most complex interface.
- The interface used to edit a project. It is structured around the Viewer and also rendered on top of the 3D Visualization.
The Viewer is the interface relevant to Stakeholder during a session. It is rendered on top of the 3D Visualization. Near the edges of the screen you can find the most prominent parts of the interface; the Top bar, the Action menu panel, the Navigation panel. These are available to provide information to the user, provide means to the user to gather more information, and to interact with the project session. Other panels, such as popup, indicator and budget panels are accessible through these panels or by interacting with objects, such as popups, in the 3D Visualization.
The Editor interface is synonymous with the editor. It is the interface which allows you to change projects as desired. The editor interface consists of the Editor Menu bar, the Editing area and the 3D Visualization, which is itself the user interface. The editor allows access to editor panels which allow various components of a project to be added, changed, and removed, such as stakeholders, indicators and buildings.