Design work- 2 layouts
We have a directory ASP application that we are getting ready to launch. I'd like to have 2 different layout styles for the directory, along with the subsequent pages prior to the actual 'profile' page of the listed party.
The header and color scheme are created dynamically from the directory adminstrator interface.
I'd like you to take it from a 'viewer' standpoint, as they search for products or services within the directory.
Each of the category and subcategories are created by the directory administrator.
I'd like to have 2 different layout options, and would like a 'wow!' looking presentation, that is easy for the viewer to navigate. (It also has to be simple for the search engines to crawl).
The goal is for the viewer to click through to a profile and see the profile, before the viewer goes to that person's website.
You can take a look at a sample site we are running and testing at [url removed, login to view]
You will notice the categories and subcategories (which needs improvement)
Click on the category 'Gift Baskets'
You then get to the subcategories. This page should look better.
Then, click on the 'subcategory' of California, and you will see a list of listing companies. This page in particular needs help
So it is basically those 3 pages that need design work.
The design of the directory should look great, and motivate the viewer to move through the system.
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