We’re looking for a piece of work to help users find resources in our REconomy resources library. It’s part workflow, part information design, part interactive image map. You can see a work in progress idea attached. It needs to be embedded within a small website with all the links pointing to items in the library.
If you think you’re the person for the job, please email Ed, saying you’ve read the description and think you can do something useful in the budget. We can’t haggle as we’re tight on budget.
Here is what Fiona (REconomy’s project manager) says:
For the REconomy project, I would like a form of image mapped workflow/mindmap kind of thing to help users find the resources they are after. And this will be embedded into the REconomy CMS in some way, or some other website page or pages.
The basic content/structure is something like the attached draft version. We want it designed so it looks more like a journey somehow, and an easy to use entry point to some of the project resources.
Imagine this as a simple, clean clickable graphic, most likely I assume for ease of viewing it will need to be maybe 1 intro level graphic, then 4-5 linked graphics one for each arm, all of them looking consistent and lovely! Each branch then links to the underlying resources which are accessed via a URL.
Ideally we will also be able to edit the content in terms of updating/changing links without having to go back to the developer, but I expect this is not do-able.
Please can you give me a quote for this work? Money is limited, as ever and the rough budget I have in mind is around £200 – is this feasible? We need the work done by end of Sep.