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Web 2.0 Website Design

We're a web development company and want to redesign our web site. We require a new home page, plus a page template to use for our other pages (e.g. our About Us page, Contact Us, etc).

We want a clean, simple, Web 2.0 feel. Judicious use of rounded corners, gradients, and/or textures. Fixed width, table-less design if possible. It is a popular site (over 100,000 uniques a month) and so it needs to be attractive.

We like the following sites and would like something with a similar feel (but without Flash):

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We also like some of the ideas and simpler sites in this article:

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We expect at least 3 mockups that we can choose from, and we want to find someone who can work with us and make changes until we are happy with a final product.

We will need all files for print and for web, plus unflattened files, too. The final product should be XHTML with a separate CSS file.

When bidding, please provide a link to your portfolio. Bids without portfolios will not be considered.

Success in this project will probably lead to more work on high-profile projects.

Thanks for your interest!

Skills: Website Design

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About the Employer:
( 2 reviews ) Portland, United States

Project ID: #196125