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$500 Debt Management Website Coded Design
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Coded site design required for Debt Management Company Website. Design should be professional but non-intimidating, informal and friendly. As it is such a grim subject for the debtors themselves the design needs to giv e them a bit of a lift.
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Tagline: Your debt solutions start here Desired Color Scheme: Based on logo Desired Style: Open to design styles but site should be professional but non-intimidating, informal and friendly Accepted File Formats: html, css, jpg, gif, psd Coded site design required for Debt Management Company Website. Design should be professional but non-intimidating, informal and friendly. As it is such a grim subject for the debtors themselves the design needs to giv e them a bit of a lift. Client has suggested pictures of happy attractive women (and men too if we have to!) Site address http://www.debtsolutionssouthwest.co.uk Client has given an example of a site that he thinks works well as http://www.spectrum-financial-services.co.uk/default/index.htm however I think you guys can produce a lot better a design than this:) Another site he has pointed me to is http://www.idealcs.co.uk/ The home page needs to have an enquiry form on. Basically this form will have the exact same fields as the one on the home page of http://www.spectrum-financial-services.co.uk/default/index.htm This enquiry form will also be on the contact page. The logo for the company is here http://www.mediakitchen.co.uk/logo.jpg The colours from the logo can be incorporated into the site design. A consistent navigation menu should be used throughout the site. I would like to include in the header the following "Call our experts free on 0800 970 7724" You can see an example of this here http://www.debtadvisorycentre.co.uk/debt-management/ http://www.debthelp.co.uk/ The main sections of the site are as follows: I have included links to the copy for each section. Home http://www.mediakitchen.co.uk/1HomePage.doc About http://www.mediakitchen.co.uk/2AboutUs.doc Individuals http://www.mediakitchen.co.uk/3Individuals.doc Companies http://www.mediakitchen.co.uk/4Companies.doc FAQ http://www.mediakitchen.co.uk/5FAQs.doc Contact Us http://www.mediakitchen.co.uk/6ContactUs.doc CSS should be used for layout and not tables. I am prepared to accept uncoded designs too. The prize money will be only $250 though. If you have any further questions please let me know. Thanks Paul Addition: Perhaps someone can try something with a more modern feel - perhaps with gradient backgrounds. I quite like the look and feel of this one. Obviously I am not saying copy this:) http://www.wakeinteractive.com/ Please note! A few designs have used photos of switchboard operator people. The company this site is for is a small consultancy company so the idea of having a team of people waiting to answer the telephone is not really appropriate. For images, I would prefer images of individuals looking pleased / happy / relieved that their debt problems have been solved and / or some corporate looking people who are also pleased / happy / relieved that their business debt problems have been solved.
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