How wes.schwalje started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We one of the Arab Region’s fastest growing consulting firms specialized in the intersection of technology, government, and public policy. Tahseen Consulting is a hybrid firm that bridges management consulting, government affairs, and international development with significant delivery expertise. Our primary audience is our potential clients to retain our services as well as existing and former clients to promote repeat business and continued engagement with our firm.
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?
We have developed rough wire frames as a starting basis for potential concepts. These should be viewed as a jumping off point for a very innovative, fresh deign that conveys our distinctiveness in the market. We are a small team of thinkers, dreamers, and doers focused on big things. We do not want to be viewed as a typical, boring consulting firm. We have purposely selected design influences from boutique firms and branding/marketing agencies because we believe their websites are far more engaging than the big three management consultancies and big 4 consultants. We want our distinctiveness and differentiation from these types of firms reflected in the website design, imagery, content, and approach. We also work with global top 20 tech firms from startups to FAANGs, so we need to have a design and look/feel that is familiar and engaging to world-class tech firms.
* Homepage that drives users to our work, services, insights, and to learn more about our firm
* About page that reflects our distinctiveness and differentiation
* Work page that shows our studies by public sector strategy and government relations in an innovative, engaging way
* Services page that is engaging with calls to action
* Technology Policy Hub - we want to build a regional information hub for tech policy developments
What to avoid
Open to anything that makes sense and is compelling. We are really looking for something unique and distinctive.
We are looking for something that truly stands outs. We are an underdog with far bigger competitors. So our website has to reflect the significant expertise we have at the intersection of policy, politics, and technology and position our firm as a viable alternative to our much larger, well-known competitors. Do a good job, and we'll have a lot more future work for you. We would like to continue working with the winner on the remaining pages which include insights, careers, and contact.