GradStock is a startup concept for college students that acts as a cheaper alternative to paid stock file websites.
The site delivers student-created stock files such as photography, video, and graphics for use by other students in their projects under Creative Commons licencing.
The logo mark is a stylized graduation cap with a standard image icon in place of the cap, resting over the company monogram.
The original concept included a movie-reel headband, which was reduced for simplicity.
The project required a proposal detailing how the company will fit into and survive in the current market.
The presentation provides information on competing markets, development costs, and profit timelines.
Home page with large search bar front and center, laid over a random featured image.
When signed in, current curedits are displayed (plus any earned bonus credits).
Registration Modal. The website will only be open to students with a .edu email address. During beta, the site will be open to only a few schools and open up to more as it reaches final stages.
Contributer registration requires bank or credit card info as well as a copy of a photo ID to prove they are eligable to work in the US.
Upload page allows user to add caterogies, tags, and contributors. The user can also create sets to group similar files.
User will need to agree to terms of both the website and their schools academic dishonesty policy to encourage listing contributors where possible.
Modal will link to the appropriate school page based on their .edu email address.
Search results page. Left panel allows the user to filter by category, tags, orientation, and colors.
Example payment page. Non-plagiarism warning appears again that the user must agree to.
Plagiarism warning appears in modal screen.