Zenovations is looking for a fun and original ideas for our web solutions and hosting site. We're offering dollars and prizes for the winning, second, and third place participants.
We're looking for a fun and original design for our new web services and hosting site. The winning design should be simple, fresh, and something new. We don't take things too seriously and we encourage our customers not to either.
We have a drafted logo that we are rather fond of and we'd like the site design to utilize it. It may be tweaked if necessary - it needs to feel like part of the site.
Our target audience are customers who want creative websites, but do not want to learn sophisticated technology or hire full time IT personnel to obtain it. We specialize in original products and ideas.
The current drafted website can be visited, but only to learn a bit about our business. WE DON'T WANT THIS SITE OR STRUCTURE.
Once we have picked a final design, you must be willing to provide any icons, logos, or layered components as vector (illustrator or other) or psd (photoshop) if we request it. We'll take this on a case-by-case basis, depending on the complexity of the design.
Dollars will be distributed as follows:
- Designer with winning entry - $425
- Designer with next best entry - $75
- Designer with third best entry - $50The three designers who submit our favorites will receive free web hosting, email, and domain parking on our zen server upon request. Second and third place entries must accept PayPal or Money Order (no exceptions).
- Show us something different!
- Vibrant colors
- Some interesting typography and layout (that does not mean crazy fonts)
- But simple and clean - think google not msn
- Incorporate our logo
- Use our tagline: "You bring the ideas, we'll bring the web."
- A creative layout that is still simple to use
- Nothing that says portal, joomla, or corporate
- Not silly or overly casual
- Dark backgrounds
- Boxes or tabs or gel buttons for navigation
- Asian zen garden or bamboo themes
- Corporate blue
- Our customers aren't dry business CEOs, they are people like you and I