Dylan's design exceeded my expectations. He was easy to work with and very responsive. I will certainly be back.
- billy 8a
- SAG Kala
- Tamara Rebeka Lukic
Quick response and fix in addition to a good design!
Great work as usual.
How billy 8a started their landing page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We sell online courses that teach people how to brew their own beer at home. Our students are passionate about craft beer, love to work with their hands, and enjoy the art and science involved with brewing their own beer.
The landing page for this project is for our beginner's course, called Batch 1 and Beyond. It teaches beer drinker's how to brew their first beer.
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the landing page?
Please use my main website, homebrewacademy.com, as inspiration. Look at the graphics we use on the website. I also recommend you look at stock images for "craft beer" and "homebrewing" to get an idea for the feel I am looking for.
Things I DO NOT want:
- Graphics of beer glasses overflowing with foam
- Graphics of yellow, fizzy looking beer like Bud Light. My readers do not like this type of beer.
- Any graphics that have a "party" theme to them. Again, this page should not resemble a Bud Light commerical. Our readers are craftsman and enjoy the art and creativity of brewing.
I encourage you to use product packaging graphics, similar to what's in the example websites I listed. If you wish to use screenshots from the course (encouraged), put a placeholder where the screenshot should go. I will understand your intention.
If there are any other graphics you would like to include on the page, but need me to provide them, use a place holder.
The most important thing is to capture the feel of the web page. The target audience are craft beer drinkers and artisan beer brewers. The design should reflect this. Any designs that target drinkers of mass produced beer will not be considered.
**Important: I have another (similar) design project immediately after this one. So the winning designer will have two projects right off the bat, and likely more down the road.