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We are looking for a fresh new design for a couple of existing sites that are different brands within the same group of companies, and will therefore have a common look and feel. Due to this we require a design that will look good with a variety of base colours. The companies in question provide security related devices for buildings (e.g. revolving doors, CCTV systems, car park barriers etc). The design must suit the type of audience buying these products.
With regard to look and feel the client has some preferences - most prominently a light, clean and organised look. The client likes the boxed look of http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2008/... as well as the background concept.
Another site of interest is http://www.principalcorp.co.uk. This site has a navigation concept they are keen on e.g a main nav across the top of the page, a sub-nav down the left side as well as another fixed nav element which contains links to common pages across the site. It is envisaged that each main nav element will have a drop down to aid faster navigation.
Attached are a few wireframes that show the sorts of layout that the site will use. These layouts will be used inside a content management system so therefore must suit the potential variability that this might provide, whilst taking into account the fixed elements such as navigation.
Colour wise, the only existing colours are those in the logos - orange and blue. It would be nice for the designs to differentiate the brand using these colour schemes where possible.
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