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    Hello!

    Maybe you can help me with the following?

    I was wondering if you think it can be possible to easily recreate the design of a few of the Credit Suisse pages:

    https://www.credit-suisse.com/uk/pri...g/en/index.jsp
    https://www.credit-suisse.com/governance/en/index.jsp
    https://www.credit-suisse.com/uk/pri...k/en/index.jsp

    These pages look strikingly similar to Deutche Bank pages (http://www.db.com/index_e.htm or http://www.db.com/csr/en/social_investments.htm) so I think they will not mind.

    I am new to web design and thought what you think of this? Do you think it can be easily done? I think this might be a matter of copying their page and slightly reformatting the styles and removing unnecessary code? Or you think it is better to design this from scratch? I personally adore the simplicity of the layout of credit Suisse pages (eg. https://www.credit-suisse.com/uk/pri...k/en/index.jsp).

    Thank you for your time,

    Dave

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    The reason they look similar is that they are very simple but classic 2 and 3 column CSS layouts. Very popular for business layouts.

    Look at some CSS template sites and you'll find 2and 3 column layouts all over.

    What you don't see is that they are probably liquid ( on an iPhone so I can't really tell ), but there is a lot of browser detection scripts and such so that it displays pretty much the same to any browser or device accessing it.

    Simplicity is always attractive, even someone relatively new to design should be ably to recreate this type of layout without a lot of headaches.

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    I need this design very much…not because it is the design of a leading bank or other reason – there are actually quite interesting sites design-wise which are far from the banking sector. I need this design because it perfectly fits into the existing html based static content scheme…..

    I would happily create this one on my own but I have no skill whatsoever at crafting such designs…..you know I browsed hundreds of the expensive and not so templates on the Themeforest and the like and did not see anything with equal simplicity and elegance……

    In light of this I was wondering if there is someone who would be generous enough to create one or two pages which wholly emulate the layout of the following pages….

    https://www. credit-suisse. com/uk/privatebanking/bank/en/index.jsp

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    https://www. credit-suisse. com/uk/privatebanking/en/index.jsp


    Thanks a lot!)

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    So Dave,

    You keep saying you like it, and you want it, but you have yet to say what the intended purpose of it is.

    Perhaps if it's for personal use, someone here might help you out.

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    yes it is for the personal website....just to represent my articles in a more attractive and coherent way.....the current design is just ugly...done by a amateur webdesigner for me some time ago...


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