Graphic designer needed to do new website layouts

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Our client needs an outstanding website designed

They are a software as a service business and are revising their website design.  We need a strong graphic layout for their home page which sets out the product benefits, features and integrations with other software.

This will be a home page layout and an internal page layout.  Styling for header, footer, fonts and other elements you deem important.

We also need two other small jobs doing

  • Logo – modernise the font and change the colour to one specified by the client (quick job NOT a redesign)
  • Mini icons to represent different features of the product (13 in total)

The site will be built in a purchased WordPress theme based on your design.  When completed, we will use our coder to adapt the theme to your design.  Your designs should be delivered in pdf or similar.  The client will own the rights to the design.

Lastly, this is a very quick turnaround job.   If you’re not able to do a first draft by Friday 15th March 2016, don’t apply!

To find out more email Rebecca and we’ll send you a detailed brief.

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