I'm looking for experienced web designers for redesigning our website.
We have two domains:
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The first one is the main product website and the second one is the webstore. I want to merge these two websites into a unique website and use the Extrasoft domain only. I would like the new website to be based on the DotNetNuke ASP.Net solution (<[url removed, login to view]>) .
So, the job consists in:
Creating the most beautiful ever DNN skin for my website, based on my product and company logos/colors that I will provide.
Creating a skin for the ASP solution used by the extrasoft website. I need to use this ASP solution because it is certified here in Brazil.
Put both DNN website and the ASP webstore to work at [[url removed, login to view]].
I will consider only developers that have experience with DNN, ASP.Net and ASP solutions. I also would like to see your design skills, so please show me your previous work. That would be great if you show me some drafts with your ideas for the new website.
Websites I like:
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It would be a plus if you are an Infragistics NetAdvantage developer, because I'm licensed to use their ASP.Net controls.
2) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):
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