UPDATE- It seems many are put off by the requirement of coding of the site. SO I have sweetened the deal.
Coding will be outsourced.
Prize amount increased.
ONLY .psd layered files are needed!
It's time to trash the bad homemade site I made several years ago (http://www.petervongomm.com) and put together something really good. I am an American living in Tokyo, Japan and I do all kinds of narration work. Television, radio, video game voice-overs etc. etc... I am a pro narrator and I need a pro site to make me shine.
This site is meant to promote me and also be a classy way for agents and clients to see/hear my work. I live in Japan but I want to target the international community- so a Japanese 'feel' to the site isn't desired.
(see Full Brief .doc for all details)
-UPDATE! NO CODE NEEDED
-TOTAL PRIZE AMOUNT INCREASED TO $850
There will be two pages designed. a simple SPLASH PAGE and the MAIN PAGE. There will also be a pop-up box for sending an email to me when ‘Hire Peter’ button is clicked. (see full brief)
*Some folks think Splash page unnecessary? I just thought it would be cool to land on a simple/slick-looking intro page. Cheesy??? Please see additional file uploaded as an example of what I had in mind. Colors/fonts up to designer. This is just a ballpark idea.
Splash page is the default page that visitor goes to when http://www.petervongomm.com is visited. Keep it simple. My logo and the text ' An American Narrator in Japan'. Maybe some subtle design details OK but basically clean and simple.. when logo or 'continue to site' button is clicked Homepage opens.
This will show the various kinds of narration / acting work I do along with the images. I really want all of this info. one 1 page. The following are required:
7 Titles are: About PvG, Tv Commercials, Video Games, Video and Documentary Narration, Educational, Animation. Television Actor
Video /Audio Player embedded
I do a lot of television commercials and I want to highlight them with an embedded ‘video/Audio theater’. This will be for the .mp3 files as well.
Drop down boxes (or creative alternative) under some titles (see full brief)