-Users are people not friendly with internet. Website must be very intuitive, easy to understand, simple.
-self explanatory. Users have a help zone often.
-It should reflect seriously, for persons 40 years and older. Example: http://www.nytimes.com
Logo was designed by a designer on 99designs:
We use the standard template called 960 with 12 columns.
This template has 12 columns of 60 px per column separated from each other by 20px for each separation (10px on each side).
The purpose of the template is able to place any block on the site starting in one of the 12 columns and using as many columns as needed, but always occupying the number of columns used in full.
A block can occupy from 1 to 12 columns, while respecting the established grid.
Initially use no more than 4 blocks per row, but this system allows us to expand in the future.
Here is the website of the 960 template with examples.
WIREFRAMES (Header is the same for every page)
- Main (Portal).
- Section. Is a specific page for a topic (a set of news about a topic)
- User. Profile page for every user.
- Marketplace. We are based in the structure of this web: http://www.snooth.com/wines/
We can start with the Portal. We are going to select a few of designs and then we will work in the rest of wireframes.