Talented Designer Needed for Re-skin of a Web 2.0 Website for Youth Sports Teams

Posted by Rob Lewis

Do you love intuitive and simplistic designs? Do you love playing or watching sports? Do you love short contract projects? And do you love working with fun people? Then we have the project for you…

We are currently looking for a talented designer to give us a much needed overhaul/re-skin of the site template we’re using for our website TeamPages.com. The task at hand, if you wish to take it, is to tweak our current design and turn it into a very polished, sporty, and energetic, parent friendly (looks REALLY easy to use), web 2.0 template for TeamPages that gives us a beautiful site that people will love to use and want to come back to. Pretty much we want our users to “Oooohhh…awww…wow, that’s cool!” and at the same time “I can’t believe how easy this is.”

This project will include:

  • Re-skinning our site to make it look more polished and easier to use (no restructuring or UI work will need to be done in this project, but recommendations will be considered for future projects). Here are some screenshots of pages that need to be re-skinned
  • Making our buttons look more “lickable” and “clickable”, so our users are itching to click them
  • Adding slick icons where appropriate to add some graphical context to our pages and making them easier to navigate
  • Implementing the CSS into our site (which is built on Rails, so experience with Rails would be a definite asset)
  • Creating a simple style guide so our dev team can stay true to genius design
  • A lot of creativity, laughs, and good fun

Project start date: ASAP

Project deadline: December 30, 2008

If you’re up for the challenge, or just want to chat to guy who write this, send over your portfolio and resume to mike.tan@teampages.com.

Company:
TeamPages
Website:
http://www.teampages.com
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

TeamPages is an online social network and utility for amateur sports that makes it easier for coaches, team managers and players to: manage their teams, schedule games, and keep track of stats communicate with one another and share memories build an online community and presence TeamPages provides teams, athletes, and fans with a central location to post and find their schedules, check out the latest team news... more


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Rob Lewis

Rob Lewis

Rob is the President of Techvibes Media and Editor-in-Chief of Techvibes.com.  His diverse background includes stints in International Trade Finance, Web Development, and Enterprise Software and he is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and Simon Fraser University. When not running Canada's leading technology media property, Rob can be... more



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