Fotism got their new web page design (coded) by running a design contest:
Simple web template and logo for telephone directory search site
Check out Fotism's Web Page Design (Coded) contest…
Need 2 sample pages (query form & results table) and logo (see details)
What's your vision?
Tagline: The directory for Greek communities worldwide Desired Color Scheme: blue & white Desired Style: simple clean (white background) bold lines and buttons Accepted File Formats: Photoshop I need a CSS Layout Template for a small Telephone Directory Search site (hellenic411.com) including: - 2 pages for the site (query form and results page) - HTML/CSS template for query form (first name, last name, street, city, postal code, phone) - HTML/CSS template for table of contacts resulting from query - blue & white theme (white background), clean, simple, professional look - create a simple logo for 'Hellenic411'(with 'Hellenic' in blue and '411' in gold) - a banner at top of page to include logo and text: "The directory for Greek communities worldwide" - menu area to include: home, lastname, reverse address, reverse phone, contact us - need copies of artwork, CSS, and all project files - see www.411.ca and canada411.ca for sample pages similar to what we want
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