In a intranet application for a building materials and paintings company I got a waiting screen shown for 2-5 minutes (depending on how fast the updates procedure will go).
This waiting screen shows a message "Please wait … Updates are being executed …"
I would like you to design 2 animated gifs that will represent on of building or painting processes (a person how paints a wall, a building construction …) for 2-5 seconds (size about 100*100 pixels) and loops till the process is finished. (One or another animated gif will be used randomly)
This should be a drawn images, not photos, and drawn by you (or maybe you take the basic elements from a free library and you make them move) and most likely with a touch of humour.
Another small animated gif should represent a "Strategic client". 16*16 pixels, any idea is good in order to make the user pay attention that he is on VIP client form and all modifications may have a great impact.
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I'll provide you the colour palette used in the application so your animated gif will fit to the interface.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):
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