For $659 they received 149 design concepts from 18 designers!
Starts:24-Feb-14 10:54 p.m. GMT
Ends:3-Mar-14 10:54 p.m. GMT
Award 1: $659, was awarded to Bluesjay
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FXRoute website design
Forex trading website, allowing users to register and manage their accounts, including payments and withdrawals.
The website will be built as a one-page parallax, designed to a full screen width, with the content area and navigation bar fixed to a 1,000px width. More details about the sizing on the attached wireframes.
The website will have 6 public pages in total, including the home page. The user will be to navigate to each page by either using the top navigation (fixed in place), or by scrolling down to other pages.
Professional and semi-professional forex traders from all around the world.
Professionalism, trustworthiness, security.
We offer better conditions to traders.
Simple, clean and minimalistic design, without any "gimmicks" and 3D effects :-)
The colour of the logo (attached) is red and black. The website has to match these colours and use these as 2 primary colours with 1 or maximum 2 additional (but supplementary!) colours.
There could be a background image or background colours around the edges of the content area.
Colours that do not supplement the 2 primary colours used in the logo!
Clean, simple, "flat"
In addition to the 3 pages, we require the winning designer to submit 3 full screen images for the home page slider. These images should be found on the www.bigstockphoto.com website and could include the watermark - we will buy these separately.
The colour and style of the images have to match the overall website design and its "look and feel".
The 3 images, 1 for each slide in the home page slider, should represent these 3 key concepts:
1. Forex trading
2. Total privacy and confidentiality
3. Instant payments and withdrawals
Although we are not asking you to provide mobile versions of the designs, the website will be responsive. Therefore, when you will be designing it for a desktop, you need to take into consideration how will the individual elements work and look like on a mobile screen. Do NOT design it, but keep in mind that we will need to make your design work equally well on mobile screen without any hacks!