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Wegreasecycle.com website

Turning Grease Into Fuel

For $350 Turning Grease Into Fuel launched a web design contest on May 30, 2011

They selected a winning design from 21 concepts submitted by 7 designers.

Industry:
Environment

Winning Design by:
riaaki

Close Date:
Jun 7, 2011

Web Design Contest Holder : bokemp

Concept #21

Awarded as a winner
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  • June 7, 2011 7:47 AM
    dezinerguru
    If you extend the contest it would be grateful appreciate.

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  • June 6, 2011 9:06 PM
    riaaki
    Sir,
    Draft #8 changes has been done

    please check draft #21

    thank you

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  • June 6, 2011 2:25 PM
    bokemp
    Project Holder
    I like draft #8 the best but I would like to incorporate the icons of draft #7 in the navigation just like the symbol is incporated into the About GreaseCycle tab.

    I also want to add the site map from draft #7 to the bottom of draft #8. The background may need to be changed to grey to accomodate this change.

    I would like to change the middle section on the bottom from "Our Services" to "Client Showcase" similar to draft #9

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  • June 3, 2011 2:20 AM
    bokemp
    Project Holder
    I like both #1 and #2. I like the textured background of Draft #1 and the imagery but I would like to see that images reflect the business a bit more.

    Draft #2 fits my layout vision and corporate motif. I like the image on the page. The green chosen for the layout works but I would like to try a slightly darker green. I worry about the site looking too "pea green" but I also don't want it to be too dark.

    For each Draft, I would like to see what a representation of the slides on the home page would look like. I envision that the home page would have four "slides" that rotate for each of the above referenced topics.

    Slide 1 would feature the GreaseCycle logo and a few words on the company.

    Slide 2 would have a graphic for "Used Cooking Oil" something like a fryer or grease barrel;

    Slide 3 would have a graphic for "Recycled Vegetable Oil" something like the bottle in Draft #2; and

    Slide 4 would have a graphic for "Biodiesel" something like a diesel gas pump or truck.

    These four segments are essentially the four areas for the education segment as well.

    In addition, I would like to see two other pages: Client Showcase and About Us.

    I would like to see what a Client Showcase page and About Us page would look like.

    The Client Showcase page will need to have the ability to integrate picture or video along with some pull out quotes for client testimonial of our service.

    The idea of this page is to both promote our clients, typically restaurants, by touting a special dish or recipe to the public and to highlight why recycling grease is important to them.

    The About Us page needs to provide an area for pictures and/or video. This page will provide a description of the company, provide a listing of press and media clippings as well as contact information for the public.

    It will be important that a potential client or partner that visits the About Us section take from the page a sense of what this company is all about.

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  • June 2, 2011 11:03 PM
    Whiteswebpages
    Hello

    Could you please upload a logo file without background ( better a.png file )

    thanks

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  • June 1, 2011 8:14 AM
    SiteAdmin
    Staff Member
    Additional Information by Project Holder:

    "The site that is close to the ideal of what I am looking to achieve is listed below:

    http://www.solarrenewablepowersystems.com/

    I like the graphics and how they integrate education of solar power with an explanation of their product.

    I would like our site to do the same for used cooking oil and biodiesel.

    I also have a fledgling Facebook page up for GreaseCycle that has three educational YouTube films posted.

    I also like the font they used.

    The integrted flash (I think) is great too."

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