Need a web designer(HTML, Javascript, CSS) for my product.

Discussion in 'Joint Ventures' started by TheLoneSynchro, Nov 14, 2014.

  1. TheLoneSynchro

    TheLoneSynchro Regular Member

    Sep 13, 2013
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    Greetings everyone,

    I've finally managed to get my product to the point where it's ready to be marketed and have very high expectations for it to do well. I've poured countless hours into the development and it's in a niche that I have a great deal of experience in. I'm not that worried about things such as SEO and Advertising, because I know I can get the traffic driven to my website that will lead decent conversion rates quite easily, the only problem is the website itself.

    I'm quite experienced with databases and PHP Development, but the web-design is something I've never been very good at, to be honest I usually just grab a few web-templates and smash them together to get something that looks "Alright", but that's not going to cut it this time.

    What I'm looking for is somebody who can design a website for me that will help with the selling of my product. This "design" will include converting it to an HTML/CSS website which can use Javascript if it's part of the design, or HTML5, I really don't care as-long as it looks professional and will help people stay on the website a little longer. I'll do all of the PHP code and worry about getting the HTML generation from PHP correct. The reasoning behind this is that I have some very important information within the code, such as database passwords and other confidential information that I don't want to release.

    What's in it for you? Well, that's a good question. We can talk about that. I was thinking about offering 10% of all revenue for a certain period of time, as-well as allowing you to use ad-space on my forums for the same amount of time for advertising benefits. We can talk about it.

    What kind of product is it that you're selling? Software, to be more precise, a game-server API for writing large-scale networked games.

    I would just purchase the web-development out-right from somebody if I had the money, but I don't have the $200-$300 to "throw out the window" right now, even if someone will find it on the ground and bring it back to me. It's hard enough to pay my bills and eat at the same time currently. That $200 will take me at-least another 2-3 months to save up, to where I can spend it without worrying about what I'm going to eat for awhile.

  2. Apricot

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