uTest is a marketplace for software testing services. We have two main user groups: our customers (companies with software applications to be tested) and our community (professional testers from all around the world). At its simplest, our platform is where the customers describe what's needed in a given round of testing (called a test cycle), and where the testers report bugs for the customers to act on.
We are wrapping up the next generation of our platform and need a few graphical elements to make it complete. In total, we need two medium-sized static graphics and seven icons. Here are the specifics:
A. Two versions of a graphic to appear on a Welcome page immediately after sign-in:
(1) Customer version
(2) Tester version
These are intended to convey the simplicity of the uTest process to first-time users, and the copy (attached) is dependent on the audience. The welcome page mockup (attached) shows a video player; your graphic will be in place of that video player, so it should occupy the same footprint (480px wide by 240px high). We leave it to you to determine what pictorial elements (if any) will best represent the copy.
B. Four icons that represent the types of software applications we test:
(3) Desktop, and
The last page of our brand style guide (attached) shows the blue-and-white icons for web, mobile, gaming and desktop that are used on our corporate web site. Ideally the icons you create for our application would be reminiscent of these, but more importantly, they should be three-dimensional to coordinate with our existing application icons (see next section).
C. Three other icons related to the types of test cycles we run:
(1) Private -- for some test cycles, testers are only eligible to participate if they have been hand-picked to do so
(2) Public -- for other test cycles, any tester with access to the right equipment is eligible to participate
(3) Bug Battle -- this is a uTest-sponsored contest instead of a customer-driven test cycle
The icons already in use in our application (attached) represent the style which you should aim to mimic in the additional icons you create. Note that they coordinate with but are not strictly tied to the color palette in the brand style guide.
To recap what's attached, please find:
* Brand style guide for your reference
* Mockup of the welcome page design where the graphics you design will be in situ
* Copy for each of two welcome page graphics
* Screen capture of existing icons for your reference
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