I require a fresh, modern and clean looking design for a skip hire/waste management company. Full toolkit of text, images and logo provided. Company already has a brochure from which you can follow the design "style" if you like.
Good feedback given on all entries, as per my previous contests. I have awarded on all of my previous contests.
Please submit your design ASAP to ensure there is enough time to get feedback and make modifications by the end of the competition.
Please ensure that the image is provided in a format that I can open in either Fireworks or Photoshop. It must be a layered file I can edit. No coding is required.
Basingstoke Skip Hire and Southern Waste Management
Please download the following files:
Images and Logo
Text for front page
As you can see in the logo and the brochure, the main company colour is green. This doesn't have to be the only colour, but it's important that it's used in the site.
I'm looking for a very clean and modern site - the site will be used by both members of the public who just require a skip, through to large corporate businesses looking at their waste management, so it must appeal to them. Please do not use stock photos - there are plenty of images included. Ideally, the montage of vehicles would be used in the top header - but not an essential requirement.
I don't mind what widtht the site is - I'll leave you to decide what fits your design best.
Strapline (maybe for header?) - "A family company that never forgets you have a choice"
MENU (to run down the left):
Grab & Tipper Hire
Please use the text from within the text file for the main page, and feel free to layout using images enclosed to provide an example home page.
In the footer please include the following:
Basingstoke Skip Hire & Souther Waste Management Limited
Council Depot, Wade Road, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 8PL
Call: 01256 322088 Fax: 01256 332216
- Clean, modern design
- Page headers and text styled - ie, H1, H2 and P styles on the fonts - I don't want the CSS - but I want to see the font design in the image from which I can translate to CSSClient quite likes this site as an example:
- Cartoony looking site
- Stock images of corporate businesses
- A "construction feel" to the site