- We want two PSD or fireworks files delivered without any of the images layersflattened. It will be our job to put these into XHTML and apply JS and CSS asneeded. - Colors should be complementary to logo palate.- From the pdf containing the site wireframe, thefollowing 3 pages need designs:-- Coaches HomePage: the coaches homepage willhighlight several of the main features and benefits we are offering coaches: find clients (this is a listing and adsection for coaches participating in our advertising program—this is howconsumers find and book a coach), coachingtools that will help them in theirbusiness (for example positive interventions that can be used with clients), networking with other coaches, personal development (take courses inpositive psychology and get certified as a practitioner), and the publishing corner (post articles andwhite papers that you have written). Coaches will need to register with our site and provide profile information to have fullaccess to these features. In phase 2,clients will have an opportunity to rate coaches based on their sessions withthe coach.
-- CoachesTools Page ( a list of Positive Interventions – a crowd sourcing page wherecoaches can get, use, comment on, rate and create new interventions (like anexercise that can help someone deal with a challenge in their life or job).
-- ConsumerHome Page: while this is a phase 2 effort, we’d like to see the designconcept now. We envision a teaser questionnaire on the consumerhome page—a simple 5 question life satisfaction survey to engage them and pullthem into the site with curiosity. Fromhere, they can “dig deeper” (whichtakes them to the more comprehensive survey—and other questionnaires that willgive them insight into their life, their challenges, where to focus theirefforts and why they might need a coach to help them along the way), “get advice” (which allows them to aska question/get advice – coaches then respond to posted questions—ala Yahoo!Ask.),as well as “find a coach” (this is alisting of all participating coaches – with profile, area of specialization,rates etc. provided.).
- Sites we like: Actually, we likethe simplicity of the 99 design website. We much prefer an uncluttered space which is easy to grasp, navigate and doesn’t overwhelm thevisitor.
https://www.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/w…nstructive, easy to follow (but ours should be a little more professional andsophisticated)
http://www.adready.com/ also clean (although a little boring- wouldlike ours to be more engaging).
http://www.creative-va.com/ also clean. Has some light elements at bottom.