Design a site template for a funky new insurance comparison website. The site should be bold and fun while maintaining a professional appearance that will give people confidence that the service will provide a good quote.
Site will be written in html so no Flash please unless used in a banner or similar.
Photoshop .psd files are the only requirement as coding will be done in-house.
http://www.quoodle.co.uk: Oodles of quotes from just one search
The logo for the site can be found at http://99designs.com/contests/9511/…ies/663265
Large "Get a Quote" buttons will lead to a Quoodle-branded white label search engine that will provide a comparison service similar to:
- http://www.moneysupermarket.com- http://www.comparethemarket.com- http://www.confused.com- http://www.gocompare.comQuoodle will provide helpful information and articles about insurance that may help people to make an informed decision when buying insurance.
The main nav-bar on the site will link to:
- get a quote
- how to get a cheaper quote
- Information centre
- Set a reminderI'd like to see large navigational features particular to the home page. These can either be the same as what is displayed in the main navigation (see above) or large buttons that take you directly to the quote engines for the different categories we will be dealing with (car, bike, house, life, health, travel).
The following text will go the home page:
Quoodle will help you find the
simple way to get the right insurance quotation without visiting loads of
Fill in your details once to compare
the cheapest quotes from 60 leading insurance companies.
- Quoodle gives you access to a quote engine that will
search 100s of the cheapest quotes to help you to find the best deal.
- Fill in just one form to get access to quotes
from over 60 insurers.
- Quoodle is independent – you’ll get the best
quote for you, not us.
On other pages there will be text and a "Get a Quote" button.
- Fonts used on buttons should be system fonts (e.g. Arial, Verdana etc)
- I'd like the site to extend on the theme set by the logo. A couple of ideas I had were that appropriate images could be "stuffed" into the Q in similar way to how the logo is or for the Q to make up part of the quote buttons. However, don't feel limited by these ideas or that you have to use them!
- The site should be diesigned to take into account W3C compliancy, for example it should be understood that the text size increases are likely from the end user.
- No Flash please unless it is used in a banner or similar.