** This is designed to be viewed on a TV and so should be designed as a TV news page rather than a web page ***
We have a webpage template that is designed to be displayed at 800x600, it's designed to viewed as a "news" or "information" page on a TV. (Attatched in the zip file is the html code, and 3 fonts that we use)
The page looks ok - not great - not stunning, and it should.
Were not sure if its the backgound, header banner, colours, fonts, missing something, lack of defining borders or a combination of all of these.
We need someone to have a look at the page and re-design it - add and change what we have to make the page something that you would expect to see on the news on TV.
It should be something that people look at and go WOW.
All we require is the reworked html code that will include any new styles and any additional fonts/graphics etc.
There is no restriction on browser compatibility - as long as it looks fantastic on IE6+ it will be fine.
Some examples of your graphic design skills would be great.
I would image that someone with good graphic design skills would take less than 1 hour to knock this over.
All new artwork would have to be delivered as a photoshop file.
Thanks for looking.
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