Looking for a *TALENTED* graphic/website designer to create a *localized* SQL-Server Express driven [url removed, login to view] website in C# for a new game-development startup; this means that it should be resource-driven so that the user can choose which language they want to view it in. Initial language included will be English with the ability for us to add other languages easily by simply adding a resource file. We're looking for you to use the following website as inspiration :
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This does *not* mean copy the website, just use it as inspiration for ours.
Main page : I like where they have a prominent top half of the page dedicated to a particular game that automatically flips to the next game every x seconds; I like that you are able to manually flip through them as well. I also like their expandable news section. Our main page should also contain the following major links : Games, Company, Community, and Store links. It should also contain the following minor links : Career Opportunities, Contact Us, and Site Map. The Contact Us link will point to the Company page.
Games page : This page should contain an "Under Development" section and a "Released" section. Just like their games page, it should accommodate each games' Image and Description and the image should link to its page.
Company page : This page should contain an "About Us" section which takes up most of the screen containing a scrap-book of pictures and biographical information about each member of our team that you can flip through. It should also contain a "Contact Us" section which will contain our address, phone, and email address.
Community Page : This page will host the forums ([url removed, login to view]).
Store page : This page will be blank for now.
Career Opportunities page : This page will contain job opportunities if they are available; otherwise a default "No jobs available" page will be displayed.
Site Map page : This page should contain a site map with links to every page.
All of the content sections (games, news, about us, career opportunities, etc...) should all be database driven. In other words, they are dynamic and should reflect content in the database. For example, if I add a piece of news to the database it should reflect immediately on the website when I do a refresh.
We will supply background images and company logo once bidding is over. We will also need snapshots of current builds so we can monitor progress and suggest changes when necessary.