How Terwiesch started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Darwinator is a web-based system that enables people to run tournaments. Tournaments are business processes that identify a set of winners from a large field of contestants. Examples are (a) idea tournaments (b) corporate recruiting and promotion processes. In many ways, tournaments share aspects of the 99design.com web-site.
We like that these sites are not flashy, they are professional, yet very much feel web2.0 style
Please see the attached design brief. Slides include:
- landing page
- myDarwinator page (list of all current tournaments)
- tournament description page
- add opportunity page
- evaluate opportunity page
Again, please make sure to read the design brief
This design brief includes the following information:
The work-flow of the darwinator (Slide 2)
A logo that we sourced through 99design.com (colors and font type are not written in stone) (Slide 3)
A simple mock-up of the landing page (see slide 4 of this deck); you need to provide a design for this page
Wire frames of the a sequence of web pages(with data / use cases) that illustrate the user experience that we would like to create (see slides 5-12 of this deck). The specific pages we want you to design as part of this contest (in addition to the landing page) are marked. - Examples of sites that we like (slides 13-15). This includes sites that we like overall (such as Tongal.com and geniuscrowds.com) as well as a discussion of specific pages and characteristics within each site that we liked.
you can take a look at our current site, http://www.darwinator.com , which has been around for a while
We also have wire frames for about a dozen more pages that need to get done. They are NOT part of this 99design contest. However, we expect to contract with the winning designer for follow-up work on that front.