123LinkIt.com (http://www.123LinkIt.com) is a new software company that creates plug-ins for bloggers to help them make more advertising money with less effort.
We're excited to be launching our alpha next month and are currently looking for a web designer to provide a PSD image of our homepage and an interior page.
Bloggers of all verticals who have an active community, good traffic, and are already monetizing their blog with or without affiliate marketing.
They're web-savvy and tend to be early adopters or on the bleeding edge of new technologies. They’re more likely to use social networking tools and tend to be creators – e.g. starring in their own videos. Finally, this crowd is more likely to critique products/brands, share their opinions online or become evangelists for a product they’re passionate about.
We're looking for 2 designs - a homepage design and an inner page to be used for detail pages, terms & conditions, etc.
An EPS version of our logo can be downloaded at http://www.screencast.com/users/mya…ea81bba344. It can also be seen here http://99designs.com/contests/24093/entries/128. Please feel free to play around with resizing the image or overall logo.
A mockup is attached and shows the content & layout of the homepage. They represent concepts taken from the sites shown below. It does not include any design elements or images. The different colored fonts represent the more important elements on the page.
We're looking for creativity that fits within the format shown as far as the content and layout. The optimal design will match our logo - and be fun and simple at the same time. The key feature of the homepage is to get people to sign up for our product.
Sites we like include:
- http://www.mailchimp.com - the bottom portion of the mockup was taken from this site. We love how clean and simple the design is and we don't mind if you emulate the look and feel of this site to fit with our colors and flow.
We will only require PSD images. Also, the winner needs to provide the names of all the fonts used. An interior page can be designed offline and after the winner is declared.