Steven Shoemaker got their new web page design by running a design contest:
Create a military review site! Help your veterans!
Check out Steven Shoemaker's Web page design contest…
We aren't looking to reinvent the wheel here. What we are looking for is a simple, easy to use and easy to understand concept design. Similar to that used by "Rate My Professor". I would view that site and see how it is set up...we like the concept they have it and we just want to apply it to another area of life that others may not think about. Our overall goals are as follows: 1. We want a design that any layperson (read: the average military member) can understand and access with minimal hassle. I find that the "flat" style of layout design works exceedingly well in accomplishing this goal. However, due to the unique culture of the military we want to ensure that the website doesn't appear to be too flashy or bright. This is first and foremost a tool for the average military member to be able to see his new command and the culture associated with it. (Night life, Command Culture, Facilities, etc). 2. We want functionality that is similar to any other rating website. We want the user to be able to remain anonymous or have the option to sign up and be able to provide feedback about a particular military base and the units stationed there. The idea is that a member could think, "I'm moving to a new command, let me see what the place will be like, what the area is like and what some of the units who work there are like". We want to be an aggregate for all the misc information about any particular base. Without or website, if someone wants to learn about their future base they have to go to the MWR website to learn things, go to yelp to learn what restaurants are in the area, and rely on word of mouth for pretty much everything else. How often did you find yourself asking people, "What's good near the base? Are any of the bars good? Whats the command climate like?" By being able to get information and place ratings on each base it answers all those questions.
Masculine military style, "flat" design, easy to use and intuitive. We don't want it to look "cute" but we don't want it to be boring.
Homepage:We want to have a search bar as well as the featured bases, featured reviews, and featured units. We would like social media icons. We would also like to incorporate a USA map that users would be able to click on. There needs to be a space to highlight blog posts. Anything else the designer can think of keeping with the theme is also fine. Blog: We want to maintain the same style as the rest of the website but with a nice blog layout format. Something easy to read and consistent with the theme of the website. Must have "recent posts" and "most popular posts" Base Review: We want to have a google map, along with a section for basic information for the base (number, name, address, short paragraph of info about it) We want a space for ads, and review space for comments and ratings. 1. Cleanliness 2. Off-Base Dining 3. Off-Base Housing 4. Base Food 5. Weather 6. Health and Safety 7. Night Life 8. Local Area 9. Base Facilities 10. Traffic Are the categories Unit Review: Same basic concept as the base review minus the google maps. Different Rating categories 1. Leadership 2. Morale 3. Career Advancement 4. Training 5. Facilities
I would like the lighthouse to the left of the words, not on top.
$2,269 Custom package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Web page design starts at $599.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their web page design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
Steven Shoemaker collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
Guillermo is just the best. This is the third time I've worked with him and I'll continue working with him in the future. The stuff he creates looks awesome, he is receptive to suggestions and discussions on what works best and he comes with his own suggestions to make the design work even better.
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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