A national and international cycling route planner and tourism gateway for cycling-vacations in Denmark.
Page layout #1- The route planner
The main page has focus on the map, where you can specify your route by selecting start, end and a number of via points in between. The map also displays POI's with different icons representing type of POI (food, hotel, museum etc).
We'd like to see a design-solution to the right side box element which, shortly put, is where the user stores/displays profile information (user info) and route information (about the trip). This is done through check-boxes, sliders, input boxes, search bar, list-views etc. The element is thought as an "accordion menu".
Page layout #2 - Mega drop-down
We want the user to focus on the danish map - indicating that we're in the process of planning a trip/vacation or 1-day trip during a vacation. Thus our wireframes have a very large map (edge to edge) and no footer (or perhaps just a small one...)
As the site has a lot of data and will show maps on a lot of different zoom-levels and with a wide variety of POI's shown, we need the interaction with the map to come from input-boxes, check-boxes and sliders placed in several mega drop-down menus originating from the secondary top menu.
Page Layout #3 - Regular article page
Part of the site will also consist of regular article pages. For these we would like to use the primary top menu along with a more standard left menu approach. We would like to see examples of how to integrate images, video, bullet lists etc.
The page content here should stay within 960 pixel, however the top menu should still be border to border. Also here we would like a larger footer, which may contain links for central functionality. Could be a banner pointing to "Plan your route"