HostExchange got their new web page design (coded) by running a design contest:
$450 Coded Template for Rotary District 9810
Check out HostExchange's Web Page Design (Coded) contest…
UPDATE - Jun 27... We now have a few more contenders and this contest is wide open. Recent entries from mrpsycho98 and bearbrick are excellent, but the door's still wide open for anyone else to take it out!
Rotary District 9810
What's your vision?
Tagline: Victoria, Australia Desired Color Scheme: Blue, orange, red - see http://www.rotary.org/newsroom/downloadcenter/graphics/theme/2007/index.html Desired Style: Modern and stylish but with respect to the demographic. Most visitors are 45-70yo, not especially tech literate. Accepted File Formats: HTML, JPG/GIF BRIEF UPDATED - see below. XHTML compliant template for Rotary District 9810, based on the 2007-8 Rotary International theme. This is a new theme for an existing site BUT I'm looking for a BIG improvement in the quality of design (I'm offering more than double what I paid last year) and a bit of a rejig to the layout. Current site is http://9810.rotary.org.au/ The style should be consistent with the 2007-8 theme, which can be seen at: http://www.rotary.org/newsroom/downloadcenter/graphics/theme/2007/index.html http://www.rotary.org/newsroom/downloadcenter/pdfs/900en06.pdf The layout should include: - Left-hand-side cascading (drop-down) menus - Top shortcut menu with: -> Home -> Download News -> Blog -> Contact Us Side features: - Calendar - Club Search Places should be allowed for sponsor banner/logo placement. Please don't hesitate to PM me if you have further questions. All welcome! UPDATE: Thought I should also include links to the designs we had for the previous 2 years, which were much better than last year's... http://tmp.9810.rotary.org.au/200405/public/scripts/main.asp http://tmp.9810.rotary.org.au/200506/public/scripts/main.asp The new design should be of comparable style and quality to these. HOWEVER, whilst very good, these designs are fairly traditional website styles. With the new style we'll be including some Web 2.0-type features, so I'm looking for the new design to be more modern and Web2.0-like than previous years. Thanks!
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