ITQ got their new web page design by running a design contest:
Brief for Website Design for Australian Software Company
Check out ITQ's Web page design contest…
A new website design to launch the new version of our software application (ITQuoter) to the world. This design will first be used on our Australian website, it will also be used on upcoming global website. We require no code just the PSD.
What's your vision?
Tagline: See main description Desired Color Scheme: See main description Desired Style: See main description Accepted File Formats: psd What we are looking for from this competition - A new website design to launch the new version of our software application (ITQuoter) to the world. This design will first be used on our Australian website, it will also be used on upcoming global website. We require no code just the PSD. The Site - The purpose of the site is a lead generation tool. New clients would be directed here by our sales team and search engines for more info about our software and then encouraged to register into a secure area to view online demos, etc. What we do We provide the ITQuoter software applications to run an IT Reseller "front office" - replacing things like CRM systems (MS CRM, Salesforce, ACT, Goldmine, Quotewerks, etc) and parts of accounting applications, etc. This is also the backend of an eCommerce solution (online shop) our clients can deploy. Brief - We see the design as two pages with consistency of design through the site. We have a front page and then a page once clicked through from the front page. We want a consistent header through the whole site. We like the way www.hp.com has their header (clicking on the links on the headers changing the header info and would like something similar). We have created a wireframe of a very basic outline that we would like you to work around. Please dont think of this as a rigid requirement more of a suggested layout, we are very happy to look at variations to this. The wireframe can be found at http://support.isell.com.au/designbrief.doc. Our current website can be found at www.isell.com.au. We want to keep the iSell logo but would be happy to refresh the look. We want to maintain our corporate (logo) colours. Additional colours/ideas welcome. Our original attempt can be found at http://cheese.isell.com.au/index1.jsp , this layout doesn't suit our content now. We also think its to busy. You can rip as much of this site as you like (our CEO loves this design!!). We want to optimise the site to 1024x768 size and larger. We want a clean corporate style. We dont need banner space. Sites we like www.salesforce.com, www.sitepoint.com, www.hp.com, www.nokia.com. Future Work - Once the design has been chosen we will potentially be engaging the winner to provide some more detailed graphics for the headers and clicked through pages (people on the phone, computers, etc) if they are interested. Questions - Any further questions you have please dont hesitate to call our contact me. email@example.com or +61 2 9252 5222. Thanks in advance for all of your efforts. Good Luck
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Web page design starts at $799.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
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.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
ITQ collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
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And then… they selected a winner!
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