Great work! We walked through all the concepts and updates were timely. Good sense of business related subjects too which helped us tune the imagery for the right personas.
Great work, easy to work with.
Thank you for a job well done, will work again soon.
Thank you. Great job!
Great job on everything, thank you!
It was a pleasure working with LeoErez.
How werner.greg started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our mission is to offer a unified data science platform that automates environment configurations, model training, and model deployment to create performant AI. Simply push your code and let us handle the rest.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the web page?
Modern, performant, simple. Our style guide is based on orange and grey/black gradients.
Homepage: we are open to design ideas, but in the end, the goal of the homepage is to garner interest and have clear call to actions for Trial Sign Ups and Demos. Homepage should have your typical elements: Main banner(s), basic solution messaging, testimonials, list of personas we cater to and possible features. Features could be within its own page, in any case we like having left/right image content for feature descriptions. Pricing page is typical SaaS, monthly/yearly subscription model options for packages, FAQs and 'Call me' option for enterprise customers. We have a blog that is hosted with an external service (HubSpot) at blog.3blades.io, but we want to integrate that into our marketing site as a part of this design. Our docs are also external, at docs.3blades.io, and will stay external. Finally, we should have a section about the company (Team, Location, Press, Contact options, etc).
What to avoid
We are open to all ideas.
Design should consider desktop browsers and mobile devices. There is a previous design that we considered which you can see here: https://3bladesio-vvkugrqojr.now.sh/ (uses custom fonts). It's ok but didn't look 'professional' enough, like segment.com referenced above.
The fonts attached were sent by the previous designer. They aren't included by default with Google etc., so sometimes they don't display correctly if the user doesn't have them installed with their client. We would prefer fonts that are available to the public to avoid this problem.