vikkaul1 got their new web page design by running a design contest:
Create a website for an asian nursing recruitment company
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The organization recruits students from Asian countries (South Korea, China and Hong Kong) for online nursing education from one US University. The target audience is 1) existing nurse population in the three countries that want to get a US nursing education and 2) students in nursing schools in those countries that want to get a US nursing education in addition to finishing their own education
we have a domain name - www.intpathways.com - but, do not have anything on it (no content and it is not yet published)
1. Needs to be clean and simple to navigate. The website will get translated into Korean and Mandarin - so, the base English format cannot be too complicated 2. The website has to have an Asian feel (as that is the target audience), but, also feel somewhat "American" (as that is where the University is)
1. Landing page: - we want to convey the fact that we are a resource for Asian nurses looking for a US nursing education - we want to convey the fact that we recruit for a top US University (name of the University will be disclosed to the finalists) - we need the specific components stated below: a) What Programs do we offer? (currently we have two programs, more will be offered in the future) 1) Bachelors in Nursing (online) for students that already have a bachelors degree 2) Bachelors in Nursing (online) for students that do not have a bachelors degree b) The benefits of these programs: 1) Get a US degree from a top US school 2) Better job prospects 3) Better prospects for immigrating to the US 4) All online - no need for travel c) About the US University 1) text to come 2) link to their home page d) How long we have been doing these programs 1) the founders launched a similar program 10 years back that has graduated 1,000+ nurses 2) The online program was launched 1 year back and space in the first course offering was quickly taken up e) How to get more details: 1) Contact person for each country 2) Details of the next information seminar for each country 2. About us: - background of the founders - background of the US University 3. More details about the courses - more text about the two courses - curriculum of the courses - link to a brochure about the courses 4. Application and payment - Link to PDFs of application - Details on how to submit your application - Payment gateway
As part of your initial designs, please let us know if you can code the website as well. We bought the domain name on wix.com
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Web page design starts at €549.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their web page design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
vikkaul1 collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
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And then… they selected a winner!
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