LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
The project is requested from CoreMedia.
CoreMedia is an international provider of people-centric content management. The content management system CoreMedia CMS delivers the flexible foundation for strategic content platforms that power corporate websites, intranets and high-traffic media portals - and empower the editors and users of these sites. By strongly integrating its intelligent Social Software and innovative Web TV services, CoreMedia's outstanding media solutions can unleash business creativity.
CoreMedia works in worldwide offices in Hamburg, Chicago, London and Singapore for companies, brands and enterprises such as ARD, ARTE, BBC, Bell Canada, Bertelsmann, BILD, Daimler, Deutsche Telekom, GMX, Hitachi, Nation Media Group, MLP, Nokia, O2, OLMA, Panasonic, PREMIERE, Singapore Press Holding, Softbank, SWR, T-Mobile, T-Online, Turkcell, Vodafone and ZDF. www.coremedia.com
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
We need a basic design for the corporate website of CoreMedia. The design should be visualized in a Photoshop-Document providing 5 different types of sample pages:
2. Overview page products
3. Detail page CoreMedia CMS Platform
4. Detail page Success Story Nation Media
5. Overview page media center
CoreMedia looks for a first, but nonetheless detailed scribble to trigger internal discussions. The structure of the current site will be revised.
Please have a look on the documents attached to this project brief.
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
IT-managers in corporations and in consultancies
All working in big, international enterprises
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
We like these designs of the CMS industry:
www.emc.com our favourite, for the nicely structured Ajax-look and cover flow
www.reddot.de for the look and structure
www.sap.de for the big pictures
www.saperion.com for the menu look
www.sitecore.net for the demo/contact-box and the ressources overview
www.percussion.com for its web 2.0-features and its community-approach
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
CoreMedia must have:
Evolution of the typical CoreMedia brand appearance should still be visible in the new design: Only sharp, rectangular edges, no rounded edges, The typical CoreMedia Corner, no line-framed boxes. To get an idea, see attachment with corporate style guide and some samples of design applications.
A big picture on entry pages: success story visuals, people or/and with brand pictures
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