ROMAC is an organization involving all the Rotary Clubs of Australia and New Zealand which provides life-saving and dignity-restoring medical treatment for children that could otherwise not afford it. It assists children from developing countries to come to Australia and receive the help they need.
We need a one page un-coded site web design. We are looking for a clean, simple and timeless web design that is easy to read.
Desired Color Scheme:
Blue, red and yellow from http://www.romac.org.au/images/heart.gif
Accepted File Formats:
Vector Formats (.eps, .pdf or .ai); Layered Formats (.psd or .tiff)
Rotarians across Australia and New Zealand and around seventy of Australiaâ€™s leading surgeons donate their services to treat ROMAC children. ROMAC has helped transform the lives of over three hundred and sixty children. The types of problems corrected have included herniated brains, severe burn contractures, bladders on the outside of bodies and other complicated congenital deformities.
We want to re-launch our website at http://www.romac.org.au, making it easier to use through content management, and to update it to better communicate with our stakeholders: the Rotarians and Surgeons that donate their services, government departments, donors and benefactors who assist with transportation and support, and the general public who want to know about us and who may support us in the future.
We have a site at http://www.hawthornrotary.org.au which is content-managed and which we wish to copy and repurpose. Our stakeholders are very comfortable with the way this site works, and it incorporates the elements we want to use for ROMAC. This means we are looking for a design that will have the same page layout and structure as the Hawthorn Rotary site, but contain new ROMAC-appropriate graphic elements.
Web Site Characteristics:
* Inspire Confidence
* Modern (we love the web.20 style but not designs that are way too trendy)
* We have had a preference for white or light website backgrounds that are readable and friendly for those with visual impairment.
Peers / Similar Organizations:
* Interplast: http://interplast.org/
Sites That Inspire Us:
* Childrens Aid Society: http://www.childrensaidsociety.org/