Proposal 1 - Website Design Proposal Dear INTRODUCTION...

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Website Design Proposal Dear : INTRODUCTION Students for Progressive Transit (SfPT) a daughter unit of Citizens for Progressive Transit (CfPT) is committed to support and encourage Public Transport in Georgia Tech campus and Atlanta. As indicated during our meeting SfPT needs a ‘voice’ on the Internet. As per the requirements mentioned in the template our group proposes to make a website which shall contain a News feed, a calendar, Information on Transportation Investment Act and various other Transit related topics in an interesting way. It shall also, as required, have a sign up page and a safe link where one can give donations. As we know the by the “Students” for the students (and a general crowd too) group, the website will stay true to its Old Gold and White colors while maintaining a professional public image. CURRENT SITUATION SCOPE OF SERVICES (DELIVERABLE) The SfPT website will be made of a focused homepage with a variety of subpages pertaining to the essential principles of SfPT. The idea is to keep the viewer engaged and interested.Our group is designing the home page and the website outlook. We plan to create a Hexagonal–Honeycombed Logo similar to SfPT’s mother organization CfPT. Each logo will represent a certain facets supported by SfPT. For example a bike symbol will represent SfPT’s support to use of bikes over cars. There will be a “$” symbol to represent Transportation Investment Act (TIA). This symbol will be dynamic . When the mouse hovers over a symbol, the symbol will blow out and contain a picture and a few lines about its topic. On clicking on the symbol it shall hyperlink to its respective subpage.
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