Duskwalker got their new web page design (coded) by running a design contest:
$350 Virtual Museum Coded Template
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We are in need of a coded template for our upcoming virtual museum that will act as an online gallery for the pieces in our collection. Scarab Museum is an upcoming virtual museum and gallary on ancient artifacts. We already have the logo, links in full description.
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Desired Style: Professional and Functional is high up on our list. Accepted File Formats: html, css, psd Hey there, After a successful Logo contest, we are ready to get our template done. We are in need of a coded template for our virtual museum. The site will feature our extensive ancient artifact collection. This is the only example I could find of a similar "Virtual Museum Concept". http://www.virtual-egyptian-museum.org/Collection/FullVisit/Collection.FullVisit-FR.html I am expecting our site to be way more impressive than theirs. Here is our logo. In that directory you will find our logo on black as well as on a white background. http://22.214.171.124/~scarabm/ On the main page, here are a few links that we will require. Store/Books Reference About Us Support The site/museum is called the Scarab Museum because the first piece in our collection was a small scarab. The bulk of our collection is ancient egyptian amulets. On the main page we would like to have, -section that mentions the latest item added to the gallery, or the latest 5, etc. -Banner Adspace 486x64 to be used for linking other museums, etc. We are open to any kind of additions or changes you may think of. We are not designers so we will leave the style, color scheme, etc to you. Be creative and ask as many questions as you like. Contest Ending date is the definate end, we may end early if we find a template we especially like. But if that is the case we will give 48 hours notice so other designers have time to get in anything they've been working on.
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