This job involves creating the overall graphic look of a new web site. The site will be similar in operation to [url removed, login to view] My client is thinking of aiming this site towards wedding couples (although we don't want a wedding theme) where the bride and groom can open up an account on the site, then have friends (the couple will list the friends that have access) upload their photos from the ceremony. The wedding couple would be able to see all photos from their friends but friends would only be able to see photos they upload themselves. Once the couple prune (delete unwanted) photos, they can "unlock" all friend's folders so the friends can view all photos. Friends can also have the option of creating and purchasing a CD with all the photos, or only certain photos. The key to this site will be that people can order prints of the photos or a CD of the whole album and request to have the photos edited (remove a person in the photo, remove a T-shirt slogan, etc.) during the ordering process. As for my client's likes in site graphic design, he wants to start with a white background and keep the site very clean and uncluttered, as well as flexible, so it fills the screen width. I currently have the beginning of the site, in skeletal form, available to view at [url removed, login to view] and he has approved the look so far. What we need now is the rest of the graphics. My client has mentioned the following items to let me know what he's looking for: On the [url removed, login to view] web site, he likes: 1. the horizontal navigation bar at the top 2. the two graphic boxes with photos in the middle of the page, although he is thinking 3 boxes (create account/upload photos, manage your account/guest photo upload and add photos to a friend's account - see [url removed, login to view] for layout) 3. the Your Account | Sign In options on the top right of the page and the About Us, etc. options on the bottom of the page. 4. Also, once you get past the front page, besides the horizontal top navigation bar, he might go for a left-hand vertical navigation bar for that content section's areas. The other site he likes is [url removed, login to view], again for its clean, white look and the Kodak site mentioned above. I think the best site to model a site design on is the cafepress site. My client is kind of fussy and I expect him to pick apart a mockup and rework it until he's satisfied. I know you don't want to go through several mockup versions without being paid for your work, so please explain your policies for this kind of job and also your overall cost for the work.