Our company has a database containing 25,000+ medical images and animations. We typically "skin" this database for resellers and other partners so that they can present this content under their brand. You can find this website here: http://www.smartimagebase.com
I need a design treatment for a McGraw-Hill version of this database to demonstrate to them. The color palette to be used can be found at this web site: http://www.mheducation.com/division…-education
I would like to use the McGraw Hill Education mark in the banner as shown at the link above (logo is attached). For the banner title (in place of SMARTImagebase) please use following copy: "Medical + Scientific Images & Animations"
The features on the landing page should mirror those on SMARTImagebase. Not trying to reinvent the wheel yet, just provide a look. Also, eliminate all the border ornamentation (pin striping, gradations, bevels, etc.) so that it's cleaner. I would like to see some treatments this week for the home page, and a content preview page.
In summary, I need a designer to take this site: http://www.smartimagebase.comand create a customized, one page, version for McGraw-Hill publishing using the color palette and branding found at http://www.mheducation.com/division…-education
Added note... This is not a "gotta-have" but a "nice to have" if time allows: For the category buttons, it would be good to get rid of the overly rendered body parts and possibly use single, flat color vector-like treatment instead. Just a thought.