ArchDaily ([url removed, login to view]), the world's most visited architectural website, updates daily with new projects containing detailed information and photographs.
For each project, there is a large gallery of images. For projects of interest, I often want to archive all of the high resolution images of a given project into my Aperture library on my hard drive. My current process to save these images involves: click on a project title, click on one of the images, click 'Original size' to view the full resolution image, and save the image. I repeat this for all the images in a given project, then import the folder of images into my Aperture library.
The project is to create a Chrome extension with a toolbar button that replaces this process. When pressed whilst browsing a given ArchDaily project, the toolbar button should output all of the full resolution images from the project into a project within the Aperture library.
The project name of the Aperture project that is created should match the name of the project on ArchDaily. The images imported into the Aperture library should be tagged with the same tags given for the project by the ArchDaily website.
To clarify the tagging requirements - on a typical project page, take (http://www.archdaily.com/308702/secundary-school-eb23-de-salvaterra-de-magos-joao-lucio-lopes/) for example, the tags appear below the date on the top left hand side of the page - below 24 DEC 2012 on this sample project I have linked to. These tag words should be added into the tag metadata for the images that are added in.
Bonus specification, not absolutely necessary:
Each Archdaily project includes location information near the top of the project after 'Location:'. This location information could be added into the photo metadata geotagging information within the Aperture library. Obviously the precise location of the project is not required (or known) - just whatever city/region Archdaily provides. The sample project above lists 'Salvaterra de Magos, Portugal' as the location - this is a sufficient level of accuracy for geotagging within Aperture.