If you look at the site to "draw inspiration from" you will find that it matches some of the feelings we're shooting for.
1) The customers feeling prestigious
2) The customer feeling like we're giving them their time back
3) So that they could enjoy their life more
4) And we do it in a way that delivers quality -- through empathy, care, and our personal touch.
5) We want the customer to wonder "Does my company have an arrangement with YourTime?" Let me look for it and see. And when they select their company, they would see which services their company signed up for -- or be told how to encourage their company to sign up. We don't want to immediately advertise we have all these services -- only for the customer to see that his/her company only purchased the haircuts package -- or nothing at all.
6) We think the use of a darker theme might convey more luxury. But we leave this up to you. We have mocks for three different iterations of the logo.
7) We want it to be clear we're selling more than just a service -- but rather free time for our customers for them to spend with friends, family, or even just sleeping in! Or cooking, reading a book, gardening etc.
8) We want to include massages and yoga as service options as well, and because we have so many services we want to hide them in the About Page since the Header won't fit everything.
9) This summary is straight from the CEO: "The site should quickly introduce the brand, briefly discuss how we're selling free time, and encourage them to pick a company and give us their email to find out more about which services will be available to them".
10) Remove the "Contact Us" section completely and only have our email appear when their company is not listed in the company dropdown. "Is your company not listed? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will encourage your company to sign up."