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What you get with this Hourlie
Within the time span of 2 days, my team and I are willing to use our off office hours to design or mock up full conceptual ideas for your proposed web development or website. These concepts are then delivered to you in the form of layered PSD files and PNGs.
My style of design:
As you can see through my PeoplePerHour profile portfolio, I take abstract but minimal approaches to establishing web designs. I'm also a huge fanatic of flat UIs and tend to use hi-res imagery.
My belief in terms of design:
Every (but not all) development team have a certain design theme or movement they follow. I on one hand always tell my self that "Less Is More", which means that I solely believe in Clean and Minimalist designs|structures over everything. Essentially, minimalism is about breaking things down to the barest elements necessary for a design to function. It’s about taking things away until nothing else can be removed without interfering with the purpose of the design, instead producing a much more appealing outcome. Hopefully, I can apply this idea to every of my PPH projects.
How do we do it ?
Well, it's quite simple. When it's your project's turn, I brainstorm around your project's idea and it's purpose for a couple of hours. One of the members pulls out a 9B - 9H pencil, then starts shooting lead missiles on to graph paper. A sketched layout is given birth to. We then neatly digitize our attempts, and continue our work through Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator, while focusing on the user's experience and interface. The works(s) is then handed to you through PPH, with hopes that you will like it.
I do not have any problems following a brief or guideline if you have one.
Amount of pages (Max-2):
This can be discussed between the buyer and I. I'am flexible. I rather focus on pipeline efficiency & flow than preset limitations.
PSD support only
What the Seller needs to start the work
First tell me what is the purpose of the website or development you would like designed (ie, A basic page about your product, a mini web shop, a simple blog, some sort of web 2.0 and etc.)
Then you'll discuss with me the color scheme you would like used or a style guide line you would like us to follow.
You will then hand in your project's logo, in all formats if possible.
You can then hand in any other additional information if any.
Presto! We're ready to start.
We do not offer logo designs through this Hourlie™.