pgross has picked a winning header design

For $200 they received 101 design concepts from 15 designers!

  • Award 1
    BORP9 by MD

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Dates

Starts:12-Jun-13 12:21 a.m. GMT

Ends:19-Jun-13 2:36 p.m. GMT

Awards

Award 1: $200, was awarded to MD

Tips

Tip 1: $50, was tipped to MD

Formats

JPG, Layered PSD

Contract

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Creative brief

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Business Name

Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program

What do you do?

BORP advances the lives of people with physical disabilities through sports and recreational activities.

Describe the target audience for your header design

People with disabilities, participants in our programs, donors to our program and volunteers.

Does your header need to be a specific size?

1440 by 900 pixels

What is your industry?

Other

What 3 things would you like to communicate to your audience through your header design?

ORP advances the lives (as skills and self esteem) of people with physical disabilities through sports and recreation activities.
Get involved and have an impact on the lives of people with disabilities -- donate, volunteer or participate.
Fun, challenging, safe

What header design styles do you like?

Be CLEAR, this is not a header but a background image for the current borp.org website. We want a non busy background texture that will work with the theme of our home page. Examples include:
http://themeforest.net/item/bhinneka-a-responsi...
http://sportable.org/

What colors do you want to see in your header design?

Probably grayscale and blue. Very subtle. Background will only be seen on edges of large monitors.

What colors do you NOT want to see in your header design?

Shades of red. Anything bright or distracting.

What adjectives should best describe your header design?

Subtle. Fun. Challenging. Empowering.

What content must be included in the header design?

Background. Subtle texture. That's it.

Do you have additional requirements or links you'd like to share?

To reiterate, this is not a header but a background image for an existing website homepage -- borp.org.

Brief updates

13-Jun-13 4:15 a.m. GMT
Okay, after a number of entries, it is clear that I need to be more clear on what will strike our fancy:

1) The color must be based off the borp.org homepage background or there will be too much contrast for our liking. This graphic will appear as a background on the sides for full screen viewers with large monitors.
2) The texture should be subtle but not too subtle that you cannot really see it.
3) While a texture MAY win, we would really like to see some creative that might integrate elements of BORP activities in a subtle non busy way. Some examples might be a wheel of a wheelchair, basketball floor boards as a pattern or a elements of a tri-bike.
14-Jun-13 5:06 a.m. GMT
Okay, apologies for not including this in the brief but I have not been clear on one point and keep repeating it in the feedback.

The center content of the site will remain the current color of blue on borp.org. It will NOT be transparent. It is 960 px wide. The background will ONLY be visible on large monitors with the browser expanded to full size. The maximum viewable area of the background will be 1440 - 960 = 480 px or 240 px per side. So concentrate any graphic elements on the sides of the background.