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I am looking for a passionate "Graphic Designer" to design me a fresh, striking, unique, catchy and professional home page layout in Photoshop. The layout is for a client of mine who runs a fast growing immigration and citizenship advisory firm based in Australia.
The market are mainly 22 - 35 year olds (male and female). Primarily international students currently onshore.
It's almost like the look and feel needs to be a modern and at the same time legal look. Perhaps usual kegal fonts would work well with some nice modern colours. This is an example of a website with the similar features: http://auspost.com.au/index.html
Simple layout always look great with key information at hand such as FAQs, blog, video testimonials, points test calculator and call to actions.
1- Please send samples of your past work when bidding
2- New freelancer are welcome to bid even if don't have portfolio, but you must provide a Free sample mock-up along with your bid
3- Great communication skills, creativity, the ability to self motivate and work autonomously and attention to details are the
attributes I will be seeking for this bidder
4- The winner must provide at least 2-3 mock-ups and there must be an unlimited revisions for the selected design
5- All files should be delivered after that final approval (tiff, .eps, .psd, .jpg, .gif and vector formats)
You have a week, good luck! happy bidding.. I look forward to working with one of you freelancers for this and many more projects thereafter.
Since I know some people post bids without even reading the description, please start the bid with "I agree" :)
Additional Project Description:
04/01/2013 at 10:31 EST
Only 20 out of 55 bidders have been shortlisted for the next recruitment phase. The main reasons for rejecting those 35 are either "NOT reading the project requirements carefully" or "forgetting to provide sample works". I encourage freelancers who haven't bidden on this project to bid and don't let the high number of bidders turn them away.