sblaes got their new web page design (coded) by running a design contest:
Casino Affiliate Marketing Site
Check out sblaes's Web Page Design (Coded) contest…
I need a logo and website for a new casino affiliate marketing program similar to www.casinocoins.com or www.casinoblasters.com.
What's your vision?
Tagline: Online Gambling Promotion Desired Color Scheme: Open to anything Desired Style: Web 2.0 style like www.ruby-lang.org, www.realpoker24.com, www.basecamphq.com Accepted File Formats: Standard Web Formats (.jpg, .gif or .png); Layered Formats (.psd or .tiff) This static site will include the following sections: - Home page - promotional information - Program information - Commission information - Partner list with logos for partners (I will provide logos) - FAQ's - Terms/conditions - Contact information - Signup page (form with place to enter personal information, no need for back-end coding, I just want a mockup form with various fields similar to http://adv.casinoblasters.com/signup.php)The URL and site name is to be at onlinegamblingpromotion.com. I desire the coding for this site to be XHTML/CSS based layout - no tables. The reward for the logo + coded website is $500.Â However, if submitted and awarded separately, I will award $100 for a logo, $200 for just a site layout (not coded) if you would prefer to not do the coding. Â
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It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their web page design (coded).
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
sblaes collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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