Hesham is a talented designer and was a pleasure to work with!
We loved that you were able to able to make a Green design look amazing and clean! You were always extremely fast and easy to work with.
You asked very good questions about the design as well, and those were really helpful when trying to make decisions.
How Andy@eGen started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Disability Benefits Help
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We connect Social Security disability claimants with an attorney in their area for a free case evaluation. Our target audience is between the ages of about 40-60. It is likely that those coming to our site may have some sort of disability, so accessibility is especially important.
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?
The webform is the most important piece, as the goal is to have as many people as possible complete it, so this should definitely be the main focus. We want the page to look more modern as well as professional, but also welcoming and non-intimidating. There should also be a strong, prominent call to action for the free case evaluation.
As mentioned before, the webform is the most important part of the page. It should have a navigation bar, space for some text below the webform, and a footer. The webform should have space below the "submit" button for a disclaimer.
What to avoid
I would probably avoid the color red.
The goal is to give the website a refresh, but to also ensure that the conversion rate remains the same or increases. The webform is currently 2 steps -- if you decide to keep it this way, please design both steps.