RedBeard got their new web page design (coded) by running a design contest:
.:. $500 Prize .:. Power Construction/Utilities Law Firm
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My client is a Law Firm that represents Power Construction and Utility Companies. Like the industry as a whole, they are now focusing on "green" energy. They want their website to reflect their goal of representing the high-end investors (millions to billions of dollars) that are moving into this space.
Tricon Power Group
What's your vision?
Desired Color Scheme: At your discretion, should work with the logo though Desired Style: Browser Compatibility: IE 6 & 7, Firefox 1.0 & 2.0 HTML/XHTML Validation: XHTML 1.0 Transitional or better Layout: Minimum of 800x600 resolution, fixed or fluid is up to you. Keep in mind also that this site is on a Content Management System, so the co Accepted File Formats: PSD, CSS, HTML, JPG, GIF About a year ago, I developed TriconPower.com for my client based on their brochure. I'm a programmer and my design skills are marginal. They now want a much more professional site designed. The content is good, but we need a graphic artist/CSS expert to make the site look great. The company logo is going to remain the same. It uses Book Antiqua and Impact fonts. You can download it in PSD here: Logo They like this site: Synergen Consulting <-- Not necessarily the animation though You can also read about one of their clients here to give you an idea of who they represent: NY Times Article And here is another article about a firm in their target market: NY Times Article
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