Look and feel for IT services company
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The website needs to have a clean, professional look and feel. The colour scheme should match the logo.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Desired Color Scheme: match the logo Desired Style: clean, professional, tech edge to the design Accepted File Formats: original files eg psd, corel draw plus high quality JPG The company provides the following services: * Asset management (keeping track of other companies computer equipment) * Management Consulting (strategic planning) * IT Solutions (sourcing, installing the IT equipment needed by companies) To download the logo visit: http://www.jws.co.za/client/lp.jpg Menu The menu must be text based as additional menu items will be added on the fly. As place holders use: home, about us, asset managment, consulting, solutions, contact us. The menu can be down the left or horizontal along the top
150 US$ Custom package
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Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
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