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I need a very experienced website designer to draw for me a two page mockup of the look of a celebrity photo gallery site.
NATURE OF GALLERY
Every single celebrity picture that gets posted on the internet will find its way to this gallery, either immediately or after a while. To see the two current versions of this gallery please go here http://www.good-celebrity-photos.com/celebrity-photo-gallery/index.php and here http://www.good-celebrity-babes.com/celebrity-babe-gallery/index.php. Note that the code in the babe gallery has been optimized, but not in the paparazzi gallery.
- User friendliness
- Handicapped accessibility
- Logical placement of user tools (login, sort, etc)
- Search engine friendliness
- Multi-lingual site
- Logical placement of advertisements
- Logical placement of news feeds from relevant sites (like TMZ.com)
- Logical placement of most viewed photos, newest, most popular, highest rated, most commented on, etc.
- Other matters of relevance.
NOTE: When you consider what is relevant and how things should be ordered you should always assume that the user of the site comes before the advertiser. Thus, you can place and advertisement within the header, but not above the header.
- Index page.
This is the page users arrive at. You will show what content you will place on it, and how. The index page should be ad-free.
- Gallery page
In this page users browse the gallery. You will show how you would setup the gallery. Note that the thumbnail width is 200x200 px maximum, and that it most often is 150x200.
In your bid you should reference a couple of sites you have designed, and very briefly discuss how you would deal with my site.
Additional Project Description:
04/04/2008 at 3:50 EDT
You two page mockup will be given to a website specialist for consideration. She will make recommendations for adjustments or change (or not, depending), and based on that recommendation you would rework the mockup into a final version.
This rework would happen in a second project immediately following this one.
04/05/2008 at 4:07 EDT
With search engine friendliness I also mean the strategic placement of text on both mockup pages.