I've been asked by a company I work for to find a designer to do a re-design of the website. I'll provide the URL to you only after you provide your portfolio and then you can bid from there.
We like the look and layout of [url removed, login to view] - specifically the front page with the sliders - which we will want, based on slidedeck.com. We will provide the license. The front page will also need Twitter and Facebook listed there - with the latest information from our Twitter feed. In addition, similar to Triple Point, the last 2-3 blog entries will need to be listed. The blog will need to be integrated in Wordpress as well.
This will be done in wordpress.
Sub pages will need to be different. Underneath the header, we envision images to depict the services. i.e. reflect to this company to understand the size of the images underneath the header we are referring to: [url removed, login to view]
You will need excellent graphic skills to come up with drawings/images/etc to properly depict the services that will be listed.
The footer will need to list out the pages according to the menu bar - and obviously dynamically adapt to new pages/removed pages from Wordpress.
The goal of this website is to be clean cut, professional while still maintaining a very web 2.0 look and feel.
You will need to show us a portfolio prior to us providing you the URL to bid on the design work. We are looking for a quick turn around. If you have extensive CSS knowledge, it is a bonus as we will need CSS work for a side project associated with this.
You will need to do all the design, wordpress, etc. development work on your own server (or we can provide you one which is NOT a live environment)
Notes: The final product must work in ALL popular browsers including IE 6.0+, FF, 2, 3 and 4. Chrome, Safari, etc. It must also format and display properly on the iPad and iPhone (we are not expecting a separate layout for those devices. If you have the ability/skills to do so, place that in your comments and we can discuss separate bid requests for the additional work. We simply expect the site to load and run properly in their native formats on those devices)