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Label Interactions Description
1 Breadcrumb:

OnClick:
Case 1: Open the genre, or the Digital Downloads home page in the current window Goes to the home page (filtered by the album genre) or the default version of the home page (depending on what link the user clicks on.)

2 Artist Name:
On Click:
Case 1: Open the Artist page in the current window Album Metadata and cover image:
• Album Title
• Artist Name (links to the Artist page)
• Release date
• Album cover image
• Album Description

3 OnClick:
Case 1: Expands down to display the remaining text for the Album Description The user is able to click on the more link to see the rest of the Album description
4 OnClick:
Case 1: Opens the Purchase overlay over the current window. The button shows the number of points needed to purchase the item.

The purchase overlay will open so the user can start the purchase process. (Purchase overlay will be built in the third set of deliverables.)

5 OnClick (toggle):
Case 1: Displays the clean version of the Album
Case 2: Displays the Explicit version of the Album Some Albums are offered in two versions – clean lyrics and explicit lyrics.  This toggle lets the user choose between the two versions of the Album.
Note: Please put this element on a separate layer of the CSS so Amex can hide this in the event they are not able to support letting the user choose between the two versions.
6 Static image Parental guidance logo.
Note: Please put this element on a separate layer of the CSS so Amex can hide this in the event they decide not to put this element on the page.

7.2.2. Album Songs

For each song on the album, the following is displayed:
• Song title
• Artist
• Length of play
• Price (purchase call to action)

Note: by default, the songs are displayed in the order they are featured in the album.  The user is able to:
• Sort the songs alphabetically by name (by clicking on “Songs” at the top of the column
• Sort the songs alphabetically by artist name (by clicking on “Artist” at the top of the column
• Sort the songs by length of play (by clicking on “Time” at the top of the album
• Sort the songs by price (by clicking on “Price” at the top of the album)

Label Interactions Description

1 OnClick:
Case 1: Plays a preview of the song By clicking on the song number or the song title, the user can play a clip of the song.
On hover, the song number should be replaced with a play button.
2  While the song is playing, the play button is replaced with this image.  The bar around the circle moves while the song is being played.
3 Static image If the song is Explicit, the Explicit button should be displayed.
4 OnClick:
Case 1: Opens the Purchase overlay over the current window. The button shows the number of points needed to purchase the item.

The purchase overlay will open so the user can start the purchase process. (Purchase overlay will be built in the third set of deliverables.)

7.2.3. You May Also Like
 

Recommended albums are displayed at the bottom of the Album page.

Please note: the album copyright is displayed under the You May Also Like module.

Label Interactions Description
1 OnClick:
Case 1: Open the Artist page in the current window The name of the Artist for that album is displayed.
Goes to the Artist page
(Page will be built in the second set of deliverables.)
2 OnClick:
Case 1: Open the home page (filtered by genre) The name of the genre for that album is displayed.
Goes to the home page filtered by genre.
3 OnClick:
Case 1: Open the Album page (in the current window) The cover image of the recommended album is displayed.
Goes to the Album page.
4 OnClick:
Case 1: Open the Album page (in the current window) The title of the recommended album is displayed.
Goes to the Album page.
(The name of the Artist is also displayed but is static.)
5 OnClick:
Case 1: Opens the Purchase overlay over the current window. The button shows the number of points needed to purchase the item.

The purchase overlay will open so the user can start the purchase process. (Purchase overlay will be built in the third set of deliverables.)
6 OnClick:
Case 1: the user can scroll through the albums. The scroll bar allows the user to scroll through additional albums.

10 albums should be available via the scroll bar.
7 OnClick:
Case 1: Open the All Albums page in the current window See All goes to the All Albums page.

(Page will be built in the second set of deliverables.)