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Looking for a Designer to Change Colors

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by VanillaH, Jan 6, 2012.

  1. VanillaH

    VanillaH Regular Member

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    The job has been taken care of. Thanks. :)

    Hello,

    I've done a website for a spa. As I am no designer, I purchased a pre-made template and made a few tweaks. My customer liked the way it was made, but didn't like the colors (blue/gray/black) and asked me to change them to beige/blue. He feels that the blue/gray/black colors don't give the "spa" vibe he wants.

    Fair enough.

    The thing is, I truly suck when it comes to playing with colors.

    Here is the website as it is now. There are still some things to fix or add.
    http://s4.noelshack.com/uploads/images/13188049473159_spa.png

    And my customer wants those kinds of colors.
    http://www.dermapure.com/

    I tried to do it by myself, but the final result was horrible.

    I think that for an experienced designer, this job is something that can be done quickly, but if I am wrong, please do tell me. I don't want to update the whole structure of the template -- only to change the colors and maybe one or two things to the structure. Honestly, I'm not expecting to spend more than $20 USD, but again, if I am totally wrong, do tell me.

    Skype: vanillaasshu

    Vanilla
     
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  2. VanillaH

    VanillaH Regular Member

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    The job has been taken care of. Thanks. :)
     
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  3. SmileAtmyWins

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    Added you on skype.
     
  4. Clinker

    Clinker Newbie

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    I'm not a designer but I've put a lot of stuff online during these years and one thing I like is to give sites a professional stylish look.
    One site that help me a lot to decide the correct combinations of colors to use is

    "colourlovers . com"

    You can browse millions of palettes starting from one given color for example and it's amazing the combination of colors you can get; in a nutshell it's pretty handy in my opinion.

    Good luck for your job
    Clinker
     
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  5. notrin

    notrin Power Member

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    would have to redraw the image in photoshop to do a good job on changing the colors. we can do it but will cost 320$ www.simplixity.net