Thanks for submitting. I accidentally awarded the contest when I was rating his idea. It then took them the entire weekend to undo it. Anyway, here we are. Finally a clean design - thank you. I love the organization of it. Finally exactly what I wanted. I do have some feedback.
- I hated the original look and feel of the website (i.e., popcorn and cheesy space font). Can you redo the entire look and feel?
- I like how you are doing the slider. Any way to make it MORE AWESOME. Maybe full bleed or something?
- The twitter feeds are fine. I wish there was a more exciting way to display the tweets. - See fastandfurious.com
- Maybe we can showcase less "anticipated movies" in favor of having the images bigger and more dramatic!
- Yes we want a rating system for the anticipated movies. Read the contest brief under the topic "Blerds." Can you try to incorporate this into the design?
Thanks for extending the contest. This allows me and all other designers who worked on the contest, but couldn't submit the design in time to showcase their designs.
The above image is a screenshot of an HTML webpage, which is ready to be converted to a WordPress website. I've tried it to give the same feel as the @TVMovieReview twitter page.
There is slider on the top that will only display featured (select) entries from anticipated movies section. The Dave and Steve sections will fetch data from twitter pages using Twitter API, while the anticipated movies section will be managed from within the WordPress website.
I can also provide the functionality to pre-review and rate the movies before they actually hit movie theaters and integrate an IMDB like interface using custom fields and taxonomies to enter information like movie stars, studio, genre, etc. so that users can sort the anticipated movies based on various factors like rating and actors.
Ready to accommodate any changes you need. A feedback would be greatly helpful.