Each page should be based on a wireframe. The wireframe will tell you all the important information that must be part of each design. How you design the page is up to you. You don't have to copy the wireframe's layout. You can design a totally fresh new design that you think best represent the content on each wireframe.
I've uploaded some examples of dashboards we like. The design has to be fresh, mordern and the charts need to be well presented. Feel free to choose the size and how the charts will be laid out on the page.
2 - Engagment page
The engagement page displays a chart over a trailer video. The chart must be on top of the video so the user can see both the video and information such as gender, age etc on as a transparent chart.
There are a number of buttons and checkboxes on this wireframe but we'd like to avoid things like the standard checkboxes at all costs. Come up with good and fresh ideas to turn content on/off on the chart that's overlaid on the video.
3- AEIndex page - when the user clicks on the calendar icon next to the search, a little dropdown appears with two options: Release Date or Trailer Date. We also need to show 2 ways of search based on the date - one way will be to search by picking a specific date from a calendar. The second one is to select a year and a holiday (both are required)
4 - compare page - the compare page allows you to compare up to 3 films, trailers or scenes at the same time. Clicking on the name of a movie title allows the user to search for a title, trailer or scene. Note that we need to show how the search box and results will look like. Results should appear in a hierachical order with movie title first, then trailer name and finally scene name.