NOTE – Attached are wireframe mockups. The mockups are basic ideas of the content needed on each page. The mockups should be used only as a base for your design ideas. You are free to take them and change them to fit your design.
The mockups are not scaled so you are free to adjust images, text, titles, lists and all the other elements to fit your design.
Homepage – (See “Toys-Homepage.pdf”)
The top part of the content area is the focal point of the site, which will funnel visitors to the main areas of the site. I like the website http://www.onlinestorage.com as an example. There should be a nice list to the right, as well as clean designed lists below. For the rest of the page, use the Toys-Homepage.pdf mockup as a general outline for creating a really nice website.
Again, the layout in the wireframe is a basic concept showing the importance of the content and what is to on the page. You may adjust it for your design.
Type Page – (See “Toys-Type.pdf”)
If you click on Type or Age from the homepage this is the page you will be taken to. It should cleanly list all the toys in that category.
News / Search Pages – (See “Toys-News.pdf” & “Toys-Search.pdf”)
The News and Search pages are content pages, I want to incorporate social media info and space for 728x90 ads above the content. The rest of the page design is free for your ideas. I do like the bottom of this page http://www.ira.com/pfizer-18-billion-spin-off
Brand Page – (See “Toys-Brand.pdf”)
The element to focus on this page is the “LeapFrog Quick Facts” section. I copied a fact section from another website, I want a similar section that will fit the overall design of my website. I just used this one as an example.
Product Page – (See “Toys-Product.pdf”)
Using the product mockup, I need a design with the information shown in the mockup. You can move information around to fit your design. The gray background behind the title and the buy now is just to show those areas important. You don’t have to use a background if you have a better idea.