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Snowboard Review is a website featuring text and video reviews of the latest snowboards by 50+ manufacturers worldwide. The website strives for a magazine feel with regular features & videos, and a series of product/buyers guides and an increasingly active forum.
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There is an awful lot going on here on Core77's homepage, much more than we'd like to be using in terms of real estate, but the design one of the better ones we've seen recently in terms of the quality of execution and the mix of type and images to great something good looking. It looks effortless and just "so". Fonts and sizes have been picked out with great care, and somebody has agonised over the padding/margin values and gone with 15 over 14 because it looks better. http://www.core77.com/ Wired is the original to Core77 for us, and shares many of the great things in Core77's design. Great use of type and structure, with various modules for different types of content, becoming more granular the further down the page and ensuring the various article thumbnails and even ads add a rotating splash of colour that really lifts the overall look. In terms of the amount of content on the page, this is probably close to perfect. http://www.wired.com Very topical, but this site uses a variety of text in different colour and sizes well to present a very together look. http://www.99designs.com Good for the semi-vintage look with a modern twist is the site for Collision Labs. Bold colour & typography create a simple but effective look. http://collisionlabs.com/ Keeping with Collision’s work, but this blog again is very effective both from a design standpoint visually and the structure of the content on the pages. http://collisionlabs.com/web/la-music-blog-2009 Row To The Pole. Hopefully you can see a theme? I love the pole detailing in the horizontal rules. But again, bold, colour, great use of type, well executed web design. http://www.rowtothepole.com/ Vintage is the overriding theme, so here are some real world sites we like: http://edu.tnvacation.com/ http://mister-aero.com/ http://images.sixrevisions.com/2009/03/05-07_bigrig.jpg http://radio.nymoon.com/ http://www.thefirsttwenty.org/ Pretty much anything on here (Kitchen sink, Tom, Dick & Harry etc): http://webdesignledger.com/inspiration/fresh-examples-of-html5-websites Snowboarder Magazine is a print magazine that has got it’s website spot-on. It appears designed and well-crafted. The homepage is well divided but also aesthetically pleasing. There is plenty of information on the page but it doesn’t appear cluttered. The margin on the right hand side compliments the main content. As a negative, it’s lacking a little in colour and some of the browser rendered text is not my cup of tea. http://www.snowboardermag.com Similar to the above, the Excellence website combined well thought out elements, well spaced and great use of colour hints to break up the page. It’s not a magazine style of course, but it’s well executed and the way the logo changes depending where you are on the site is a nice touch. http://www.excellence-resorts.com/ Bike Radar's site is easy to navigate, with lots of information viewable at a glance. On the down side it is a little too cluttered and the design is too generic and poorly executed. It’s functional but not attractive and is a good example of a site that is well structured but visually dull if functional. http://www.bikeradar.com/ It's not hip, cool or particularly punchy, but the BBC News site is very well executed in terms of cross promoting other areas of the News portal. http://news.bbc.co.uk/ And finally, for the content within these pages not the design of the pages themselves: http://ilovetypography.com/2007/09/19/15-excellent-examples-of-web-typography/ http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/clean-simple-minimalist-website-design/ The above page made me think about do we want predominantly dark page & white text, the opposite, or something in-between. Looking at those designs, both have merit and we don't want to hamstring anyone by being too specific but there is something amazing about a simple well designed typeface on a contrasting background.
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First overall what we want, then each page specifically: Our new logo is designed with a retro 1950’s American agriculture vibe. Attached are two pages taken from a 1950’s tractor brochure. We particularly like the block colours and the combination of the bold, well-spaced block san serif font and serif font as well as the margin along the top of the page. It's retro, vintage and it shows, and while there are also many negatives about that design (black on orange with no white to bring it out etc) it's a good illustration of the feel we'd like, albeit with a suitably modern twist. Note that the business is Snowboard Review, but the new logo introduces the concept of the SB-RV term. They can be used interchangeably where appropriate. The colours are okay (green and orange) but we are open to changes. What are we looking for? * A visually appealing, bold design - we've worked hard to produce what we think is a stunning logo and we want a site to match, and of course complement the logo. Hopefully the logo does a great deal to tell you what we like and the type of design we'd be keen on and the colours to use, but as we have recently completed it we are very keen to make it front and center, not literally, of our web design. Use blocks of colour, space and typography to create something that looks great. The logo could lend itself to being represented on different sections in different colours. Not a requirement, but not something we’d be turned off by either. * To look cool! It's shallow, but hey, aren't most snowboarders? ;-) On a serious note, a certain quality of execution and fashion-’ability‘ is key for us to be able to take the site where we think it could go. The logo is the start of that process, and the rest of the design and the remaining 98% of the page space needs to stack up and complement. * A search engine friendly mix of typography that can be rendered by a browser and images also featuring text. * Visually appealing browser rendered text that still looks good when viewed on the average users PC which doesn't have the aesthetically pleasing smoothed fonts of a Mac or similar. * To underscore that we are a magazine. Reviews are just one part of what we offer, so the variety of information offered by a magazine, and it's online counterpart is an important feel we want to convey. We want this site to say professional and informed, not bedroom and blogger. * A designer, not just someone who can use Photoshop. * As much time spent on the inner page concepts as the homepage. Our regular readers come to the homepage more than the bulk of our visitors, who come from search engine results typically to a specific board review page or a forum thread page, therefore in order to convert these users to regular readers, we need to make an impact on the inner page. The homepage is important for traditional and practical reasons, but most readers are going to see an inner page, and your design, first. * If it fits into something like getskeleton.com or the 960gs, and you know what they mean, so much the better. 5 pages in total – we’d like submissions for the homepage initially, and we’ll ask you to submit further pages if we like your homepage design. We are not looking to waste anyone’s time but if you want to have a stab at the board review page at the same time as the homepage then that is fine. Homepage: Content wise, we already have most of what we want to promote on the homepage (and all other pages) so it's a redesign and a reformatting/repositioning job as appropriate. For the homepage we'll list what we want on the page, and how it should be prioritised (in descending order). • Site navigation menu – Home, TV, Snowboard Guide, Snowboard Forum, Board Selecta, Popular Boards • Snowboard-Review.com/TV with embedded (Vimeo) player (incorporating dedicated logo per current site). Here the size of the player is up to you - but I think we feel it could be bugger than it currently is. • Featured articles, with thumbnail x 4 (happy to increase/decrease thumb size from current for existing and future articles) • News & Blog (8-10 latest posts) • Latest forum topics • Social media share/like/+1's etc • Unique Snowboard-Review.com branding space for competitions, one offs, offers etc etc which warrant a bigger space than one of the featured articles. This space should just disappear when there is no current promotion, but not break the overall look. It can be purely an image, or a combination of user definable text and images. Use a Snowboard giveaway as an example, with a call to action of "Click here to enter…" or similar. • Top 10 snowboards • Reviews by brand (a list of board brands) It should also have space for a 728x90 horizontal banner, and a 160x600 vertical banner which I have not prioritised and this will need to fit general convention. Outside of the homepage, the priorities remain the same when we are dealing with consistent navigation, and modules which promote other areas of the site. E.g. having the latest forum topics a consistent module available or all or most pages. Forum: We are working hard fostering our community, and encouraging people to participate, so the forum is a very important page for us even if a forum is a little old school. We need a thread page designed primarily because for many this will be the main point of entry, but we'll transfer the core design to the main forum overview page. Our forums are "standard" so you know what is required aside from a standardised navigation. In our current design, we have the main site and the forum as two visually distinct properties, but we do not want that to continue. Like the homepage, space for a 728x90 horizontal banner, and a 160x600 vertical banner. Board Review: The Board Review page is the bones of the site - these pages allow us to do everything else and are of massive importance. One snowboard per page, with some essential info, an introduction, possibly an on snow test from us, and finally an image (550px high with a white background). Completing the page is the comments section. If the snowboard has a dedicated video review in Snowboard-Review.com/TV then we link to it. If the Snowboard has been reviewed by us personally (we do 50-100 boards a year) there is a “seal” to indicate. We want to keep that concept, but we are not bothered if it’s a seal – it could equally use the logo. We’d also like to expand into our “picks” in a similar fashion, so we could have a badge to indicate it’s our “Jib board of the Year”. You'll notice on a current page, a number of (rather crass) icons are associated with each board depending on its characteristics, but these vary from board to board so follows a list. We are keen to continue with this, albeit with significantly vamped up icons for it. • Recommended for: rails, park, halfpipe, freeride, Big mountain • Cost: low, medium, high, very high • Width: mid-wide, wide • Profile: camber, zero camber, rocker, hybrid • Shape: twin, directional twin, directional, freeride specific • Green construction • Female specific This page needs space for a 728x90 horizontal banner, a 160x600 vertical banner, and a 300x250 banner. The two other pages we want designed are firstly the snowboard-review.com/tv homepage with its specific logo, loosely based on the current page in terms of content, and secondly, the brand page for each manufacturer where every board is listed, e.g. http://www.snowboard-review.com/snowboard_reviews/c/apo/
We've put a lot of effort into the brief and believe that it expresses what we want in written and visual form. As an added bonus, winning design gets a free t-shirt and trucker's cap as soon as we have them printed (but only if you want one…)!
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