We’re looking for a designer (preferably with some F1 knowledge, but not a must) to design us a circuit guide for each of the 20 F1 tracks on the 2013 calendar.
Please drop me an email if you’re interested or reply to this thread. We have a style in mind and we’ll discuss the details with the designer once email@example.com
I’d be interested in quoting you for this work. You can contact me at:
BTW you don’t have your email form enabled on your profile page meaning no-one can contact you from it.
Thanks. Hadn’t even noticed.
I’ll drop you a message. Thanks.
I’m looking for an illustrator to turn a slogan into a cool t-shirt design.
The design will be a fairly simple, one-colour design.
If you’re interested, please inbox me on my profile.
Would anyone on here know of, or be able to create a small twitter widget like this: http://wincyurl.com/d (shown to the right of the article title).
Basically, that uses retwt.com to shorten the url, I would like this widget to use wincyurl.com to shorten the url.
That’s pretty much the only difference, is that possible?
I’m looking for someone who knows of a file like this, or someone who could develop it.
What do I want?
A flash map, which displays a racing track, with hotspots (on the corners of the track) – scroll over a hotspot and it displays information such as: corner number, corner name, corner speed and gear – I have all the figures.
The map needs to be able to easily be changed for different tracks, such as Silverstone, Donington, etc.
Anyone know of something or can develop this, currently looking for quotes.
Is there anyway an Image or Banner rotator which includes an area for a short description can fetch the image and description from a MySQL database?
For example, http://www.f1times.co.uk – the leading story is stored in a database, I want the description below it to be displayed on the image, at the bottom, but it needs to somehow be fetched from the database.
Any ideas? Thanks
Are you in the UK? If so its usually free.
US – no idea. (sorry)
Bank transfers are much better, you don’t lose any money to greedy paypal, unless of course if your bank charges for transfers – which they shouldn’t.