Web page design brief

Fill out the brief so the designers know what you’re looking for.


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Tip: Submit a brief in English for the highest participation.

Background information

E.g. Acme
E.g. We sell organic herbs and spices to professional chefs around the world.
E.g. www.acme.com

Visual style

Tip: Providing any thoughts on colors, illustration or photography will help guide designers.

What websites can designers draw inspiration from?

List websites you like and describe what you like about them.

    E.g. www.honest.com
    E.g. I like the homepage of the website, the colors and imagery used as well as the menu and buttons.

    Content details

    How many pages do you need designed for your website?

    E.g. Homepage, payment section, loading screen, browse section.
    Tip: Need more than 5 pages? No problem. Once your contest is complete, work one-on-one with your winning designer to finish the remaining designs.
    Outline the content for each page layout and also what the main goal of each page is.
    E.g. Homepage: We want a big featured image of our spices with an introduction of who we are. The page should direct customers to search or browse all our products.
    E.g. Please do not use any drop down menus.


    There may be additional costs for designs that use stock images. Designers will include details for stock images, so you can buy stock at the end of your contest. Learn more about stock
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    E.g. Your current logo, fonts, photos, illustrations, content, layout ideas etc.

    How will you code your winning design?

    At the end of your contest, you receive design files (usually Photoshop files) of how your web page design should look — the design will not be coded.