carl aT needed a new web page design and created a contest on 99designs.
A winner was selected from 41 designs submitted by 16 freelance designers.
JoeZoo is an educational technology (EdTech) product company. We make an web app that teachers and students in the classroom.
We like clean, and uncluttered websites, that balances white space with colour and illustrations/line art/iconography to help visitors scan our website.
We don't want photography - only illustrations/line art/iconography and vibrant colours for visuals.
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Font type in wireframes is https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Roboto
We need designs for 10 page + form templates and then some graphics for variants of most pages.
Here is the wireframe file with content, navigation elements and instructions for each graphic. If you click buttons and links you'll see how the site navigates.
It looks long because it has all the variations for each template but you are only designing 10 templates - pages and forms - and then some graphics for each variant.
Designers are encouraged to keep the website design simple, but be creative with the graphics.
For the animated gifs we are looking for ones similar to this https://tctechcrunch2011.files.word…r-docs.gif inside a laptop illustration like this http://www.drordi.com/images/macbook-air.png
Our app is integrated with G Suite for Education so try and use the Google logo in the "Get App" buttons https://maxcdn.icons8.com/Share/ico…go1600.png
Try and use Google Trainer's yellow in the Google Expert cards on our web pages https://edutrainingcenter.withgoogl…tification
Try and use Google's app icons and their native colours when you show our app gets added to their apps https://edu.google.com/products/pro…ity-tools/
We're not huge fans of fluorescent colours but do like flat colours that are bright. No dark colours.
Do not use shading (like making buttons rounded with shading).
Do not copy other site's graphics. Be creative.
Don't copy our competitors' websites:
This design has to follow layout and best practices for a responsive website and should be mobile-first.
Follow the wireframes and minimize design patterns - suggest looking at all pages and planning how to make elements reusable - before you design homepage.
If you have questions, ask as failing to follow the instructions will eliminate you from the competition and waste your time and effort.
Our hope is that we find a designer that creates a new website theme that we can extend for 2 future projects - our Google addon and web app.
Don't match your design to our existing website, addon or web app. We are looking for something new and fresh.
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