angelleye got their new landing page design by running a design contest:
We need a new design for our crowdfunded marketplace landing page(s).
Check out angelleye's Landing page design contest…
We are a marketplace platform built on the PayPal Commerce Platform that brings Product Owners, End Users, and Developers together. In fact, we're similar to 99designs but for use with Git issues (ie. GitHub, GitLab, BitBucket, etc.) We have 3 separate perspectives we need to target: 1 - Product Owner - Somebody with Git issues that need to be resolved. Can create a "bounty" which adds monetary value to an issue, providing incentive for community developers to complete the task. 2 - Crowdfunder - An end user who would like to see bugs/features in a product implemented more quickly. Can "add funding" to an existing bounty to increase its value in hopes of making it more attractive to community developers. 3 - Contributor - A community developer who contributes code to the Product Owner using standard Git workflow. When the Product Owner accepts the code that submitted, the bounty amount is paid to the Contributor's PayPal account. I'm going to need separate landing pages for each of these perspectives, and then a home page that guides users towards the correct page based on their need. Some users will only be involved from a single perspective. Other users could end up being two or even all three perspectives.
We are working with WordPress, and we would like to use the Kadence theme with Gutenberg Blocks to build the site.
Elements to include in the landing page
For the first landing page, I'd like to start with the "Product Owner" page. I have a doc here with some bullet points (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aOFdwTnN-ddvlUTBNR16j3Q7OAs2Csj-UB_fWSuTv2k/edit?usp=sharing) We will need sections of this page to provide info about benefits of using the platform as a product owner, and links/buttons from these sections to a more detailed page about that topic. For example, one of the primary benefits of our platform for Product Owners is the ability to obtain funding for work to be completed from end users through our crowdfunding functionality. The Product Owner landing page would include bullet points about this, but we'll also end up building a separate page all about how crowdfunding works on the platform and how it can benefit all three perspectives of users on the platform. This page would also include some sort of quick info about other perspectives / ways to use the site, and buttons/links to the other landing pages targeting those perspectives. It's important, too, that our relationship with PayPal is prominently displayed throughout this page and the other pages we'll end up doing. This platform was built in partnership with and partially funded by PayPal.
As you can probably tell from the info, this is really just the start of a series of landing pages we're going to need. The Google Doc provides includes most of them. I think it will work best to start with a Product Owner page (this contest), then Contributors, then Crowdfunders. Then we could do pages for details on Crowdfunding, Crowdmarketing, PayPal Partner / Certified Developer details, fees / pricing, our browser extension, etc. Lots of pages to build, but we need the general look/feel that can flow nicely through all of them. We had a marketing company build our current site at www.gitcommits.com, but I don't love it. Mostly because it's missing a lot of the info it needs to get the point across, and it's missing the Crowdfunding perspective altogether. It's also just not very "fun" and doesn't seem like something that would be intuitive for people to understand and get into quickly and easily. I don't mind the use of stock photos if it works well in our overall design, but I'm really looking for something more original. It would be great to use our GitCommits logo/character throughout the page(s) that we're doing, sort of like a tour guide.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Landing page design starts at $349.
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It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their landing page design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
angelleye collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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