I represent a web design team that is in need of some assistance. We've been receiving so many projects lately that we've been forced to outsource some.
As our web designers are all overloaded, on vacation, or otherwise unavailable, we need to pass the design aspects of the site on to someone else.
The project requires a site layout that is marginally light on the graphics, military (Especially urban military) themed, and able to incorporate Paypal's shopping cart system.
We're looking for a site that doesn't require a great deal of scrolling. There should be an easy to understand navigational structure. A section of the navigation should be category based (Types/Brands of knives). The layout should also be cross-browser friendly and correspond with common XHTML and CSS standards.
Again, we're going for an urban military theme, but this should not look like some kid's POV game clan site.
We would like to see a few concept designs, so we can better tweak the layout to what we're specifically looking for. If you've got some templates you've thrown together, sites you've designed in the past, or just want to throw some quick concept pieces together, we would love to see them.
We hope to find someone we can depend on for future overflow projects as well.
Thanks to all in advanced!
We apologize if our project description is misleading, but all we need is the layout designed. We're personally developing the backend. At most, you may need to use a small amount of PHP. The project shouldn't require much time or effort.
Thanks for your time!
We're very interested in hearing your ideas and seeing examples, even if they're not military oriented. As long as they're easily navigated and suitable for e-commerce.
As far as price for the layout, $300 is a bit much.
We're honestly looking to spend about one-fifty to two-hundred, depending on quality, but unfortunately, the elance.com system doesn't allow us to specify.
Let us know about any ideas you may have. We're eager to hear them.
Attention all bidders:
We should be choosing a designer Wednesday evening or Thursday morning. There were a few of you who were very promising and it is definitely unfortunate that we can only pick one of you guys.
However, we've become even more overloaded recently, so we've had to put up yet another project. I encourage anyone interested to head over to it and take a look. This will probably (hopefully) be a continual occurrence.
Forgot to add the URL: http://elance.com/projects/75982.html
Guess that could be kind of important...