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    PublicBelief.com is a polling site where people can go to vote on polls regarding various topics. Polls will range from politics too sports too video games. The banner for the site has already been made courtesy of the generous transio. The gray bar is where the navigation will go.

    Im thinking of putting the 4 or 5 most popular polls on site side by side under that. Followed by other popular polls. Not sure what else to put though and exactly where everything should go.

    Any suggestions, comments, critisms, or sample layouts/ideas welcomed


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    Here's a concept I came up with.
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    I like what transio has, as long as it includes a little bit of color.

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    Looks good what if we filled in the white space in the middle with the same polling boxes and made that little rectangle on the bottom bigger and put a list of categories in it?

    Do you think that would work? Maybe you guys got a better idea?

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    Would work fine... I thought you'd want an area for content (info about the site) on your home page. The top bar was intended for links (navigation).

    I didn't put color because of 2 reasons: 1) i think the gray exudes a nice "web form" atmosphere, and 2) Jeff asked for gray :-P

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    Also I like the beige, do you think we should stick with it?

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    It's a warm gray that I used (windows XP gray). It should go nicely with beige.

    You can always play with the colors yourself and see what you come up with.

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    Transio: You really like that one image of people holding up signs, huh?

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    LOL... I was browsing through some of my old stock photos that I haven't really used. It fit the concept, and I had to use it for SOMETHING (besides that WDF graphic I made) !

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    Here is what my friend made. I like it what do you guys think? Of course this isnt the whole just the top part. And were gona put in navigation over the bar under the banner.

    Suggestions, comments, critisisms, ideas?

    All help appreciated.


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