Starts: 9-Oct-13 7:24 p.m. GMT
Ends: 21-Oct-13 11:59 p.m. GMT
Award 1: $2500, was awarded to brandxc...
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University specializing in graduate and doctoral degrees in the Cybersecurity field is looking for a website redesign. Design should be representative of a higher learning institution with focus on the Cybersecurity industry. Professional, high-tech, yet friendly.
Homepage will be testimonial focused with strong call-to-action (to call or complete inquiry form). Inner-pages should have ties to testimonials, again with strong call-to-action.
Website should be designed for responsive HTML/CSS coding in-mind.
- Update 10-Oct-13 GMT
- The buyer has uploaded a new file in this project. You can download that file in the DETAILS tab.
- Update 17-Oct-13 GMT
- There are some great entries so far. Appreciate all who have submitted!
I created an internal page for our Marketing team to start browsing through entries to choose a final four to display to Management by Monday (October 21).
I will continue adding new entries to this page up to Monday morning (10am EST) for review by our team before a 1pm Management meeting to decide the winning entry.
Thank you again everyone. I appreciate your hard work!
- Update 17-Oct-13 GMT
- Need all entries in by 10am EST Monday morning October 21.
- Update 18-Oct-13 GMT
- I wrote this to one of the designers and want to share since it is applicable to all:
A number of entries are not focusing on the graduate testimonials as much as should be.
I think a combination of using a slider for the testimonials while using another slider for the key points we want to convey (i.e. "Accelerated Cyber Security Graduate programs", "100% online-project driven curriculum", etc.) is desirable.
To get some idea of the dual slider possibility, please take a look at http://www.an.edu.
Also, I like the use of serif fonts within the main graphic text, but would rather see san-serif fonts used for the Apply Now and Submit buttons, navigation, and headers (i.e. "Welcome to University of Fairfax").