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The League of Executive Protection Specialists
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EPSpecialists.com Is a brand full of on line assets such as networking and educational products developed specifically for the executive protection Industry. the tools found here will help agents and business owners take their executive protection game to the next level. The goal was to create a higher quality executive protection professional in order to contribute to the honor respect and positive regard of our industry.
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I would like the website to embody the look and feel an underground brotherhood of protectors. The best way I can describe it is something like John Wick meets, hitman the video game type vibe. But I would like it to have that edginess however also be clean, crisp and professional enough to still be attractive to individuals working in a corporate space. So not too aggressive but very chic, mysterious and edgy. It should look like the person logging in is logging into the computer interface of a very high and international hitman, CIA, James Bond types by interface. The only difference is that this will be for professional protectors. I'm open to a shadow man concept where there is somewhat of a main character who you cannot really make out or tell who he is but he's somewhat of an icon of the website or maybe there is a male and female version. But users of the website should essentially fantasize or want to be this type of person as they flow through the website. I'm definitely not married to that idea but it is a thought. The main thing is that the user should feel like they are logging into a very exclusive very high-end shadow brotherhood of protectors when they interface with the website. Ultimately this website is going to be quite robust because it will house my online executive protection school sales page, my podcasts sales page, my blog as well as a small social media component where agents will be able to upload their resumes a single professional photo and bio for companies to assess. here are more ideas and info https://www.dropbox.com/sh/rf2o1j2ur4tnxxl/AAA7RyioP-Bfwp_Zdf1OBBrWa?dl=0
I would like the homepage to be very simple and require login for access. It should look like the individual has arrived in very exclusive high-end, classy website. It should say a few things about the brand such as welcome to the league of executive protection specialists. a place where agents become specialists. Then simply given the opportunity to log in. once they've logged in then it should look like they have entered a place with lots of assets such as an armory or a grand ballroom or something almost breathtaking but represents access, freedom and tools at your disposal. This is where they can select what they want to do on the website. The website will have my blog, podcast, educational products from my school and a page for agent selection which is where companies will go to select agents to work for their companies. There will also be company selection which is where agents will go to select companies they want to work for or work with when they are traveling.
What to avoid
I'm pretty open to anything but my primary color scheme for the emblem is black and gold. I'm always open to black and red as well really that John Wick color scheme is primarily what I'm going for.
Feel free to use your own creativity. I would like to have something that has a different look and feel that anything my history has seen before. I would really like it to look a lot different than many websites that exists right now so the more cutting-edge the better. Here's the file again just in case you missed it with images and ideas https://www.dropbox.com/sh/rf2o1j2ur4tnxxl/AAA7RyioP-Bfwp_Zdf1OBBrWa?dl=0
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