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Accounting & Financial
The client has produced a PCI compliance solution and reporting tool to provide any organisation with the ability to meet its PCI DSS compliance in a structured and easy to manage environment. The purpose of the website is to promote the service and act as a back-up for current clients. On it we will provide information on the system along with the benefits, and for the clients, links through to the systems they have bought into (Asset Register and CloudeAssurance). The target audience are large organisations such as corporations, utility companies or government bodies. Their first client was a large water company in the south of England.
No. New site will be at http://pci-selfassessment.co.uk
This solution is quite focussed on compliance but should not be boring. It should however have a corporate feel.
Please create a new home page design but take into account that this is a social-media enabled Drupal website and will be subject to the information described above. The design should therefore include the following: - Show how H1, H2, H3, H4 headings should be handled in the page body. - Show how form elements (fields, buttons, etc.) will be handled. - Show how lists of content (such as a list of teaser blog posts) will be handled. - Provide basic buttons that suit the theme for Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. These will be used for "follow us" buttons. We will also need obvious links for clients to login to "Asset Register" and "CloudeAssurance" which are external systems. - Provide support and detailed theming for horizontal menus - Provide room for a detailed footer including links to RSS feeds. - More content will be added to the site such as case studies, services and testimonials and these need to be easily distinguishable from each other and the rest of the content on the site. Although we do not expect the final site will be 100% compliant with the W3C standards, please avoid design elements that can't easily be implemented in accordance with those standards (e.g. Silverlight, iFrames, Flash) as we need the site to be robust in situations such as being viewed on mobile devices and screen readers.
What to avoid
The site should not be complicated - less is more (clean and crisp)
The site will be built using the Drupal open source CMS framework (drupal.org) and the design needs to be created as specifically for this CMS as possible. The design therefore needs to be flexible enough for us to apply to different types of pages or content that will be appearing on the site (e.g., blogs, articles, videos, and static pages like contact pages, case studies, etc.). The design needs to be capable of accommodating a website that will be a fixed percentage width of the screen (for example, 80%), clean and simple and ideally around the 1000px width range although capable of still retaining it's impact at a width of 2000px or more. Please keep graphical devices to a sensible level. For any graphical backgrounds that you employ in your design, please be aware that with the Drupal CMS, content and block columns don't always stay the same width or height (e.g. with different font sizes), so please ensure that your design provides extra area for background images to allow for that variability. Please limit any fonts that you intend to use in the main content areas of the site and for buttons, menu links or section headings to either web-safe fonts or those available via Google Fonts or Typekit. We do not wish to have to purchase additional fonts separately in order to implement your design. Finally, we're looking overall for a design that is graceful in all situations, in all modern browsers (IE, FireFox, Chrome, Opera, Safari) and in most devices (desktop, tablet, smartphone), so please don't push the envelope too much. We will need the final design supplied as a layered RGB file. We would prefer that in PNG format for Fireworks but will accept a PhotoShop PSD file. Please give all the layers you use meaningful names and remove any unnecessary layers.
£399 Bronze package
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