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Simple Web Design - Quick Turnaround

This project was awarded to Maestros for $80 USD.

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Project Budget
$30 - $100 USD
Total Bids
10
Project Description

Web design required for a new lottery ticket retailing site. Needs to look commercial/professional, similar to gambling sites.. Essentially requirement is to produce 3 pages that display the following items.

Front page elements:

Logo/Mascot, Navigation Bar, Language selector, Login Box/Login details, Prominant Promotional area, Small text section (possibly for news), Area to promote the games available, area to promote winnings/time left for next game

Sub Pages:

A simplified version of the front page that incorporates the same branding, perhaps carries across the top banner/navigation, login box needs to be carried across. A replacement layout will then be needed for the lower sections that are not replicated on the sub pages (ie, large promo areas). Low on graphical elements.

Personal pages:

User will have access to additional pages once logged in. These pages will allow the user to purchase tickets, view tickets (tables), request support (forms). More of a detailed specification may be provided in due course but for now a layout should be desgined for tables, forms, formatting for portions of text - ie, the css for how these elements should look to integrate well with the site.

More details available via PM, including sites which the design can be used for insipiration.

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Simple project with a quick turn around required. Limited budget. May well select a winner before the end of bid period. Bids with a personalised reply will be regarded with higher favour over stock 'We can do this' replies. All rights to deliverables will be released by bidder on completion.

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