Great design. The designer is very quick to respond and takes suggestions into account while at the same time offering good ideas.
Designer was extremely patient with us as we took extra time to comment, request edits, and select a final design. Followed the brief and paid attention to our specific requirements. The final design was absolutely amazing! We will definitely work with them again!
Radhivin was awesome to work with. She executed the designs and our client was pleased! She worked to ensure that I was happy & I appreciated that a lot. I'll definitely be working with her again very soon.
eyzhel understood what I wanted and was happy to make changes when asked. I would definitely work the eyzhel again!
How tim yf started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our target audience are entrepreneurs who work really hard and are (usually) overwhelemed by their business. Our website teaches entrepreneurs how to systemize their business (with checklists and staff) so they can work less and make more money. Our website offers blog posts, ebooks, training courses, and live events for entrepreneurs to learn from. Our website also offers a free opt-in where visitors can register with their name and email address to get a free training product.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
No, but it will likely be profitfactory.ca or some variation
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the web page?
Clean, effiicient, organized, professional. A sense of calmness and effecrtiveness. When business owners come to our site they are likely stressed and tired, so we want to give them a sense of calm and order.
1) Home page / Front Page - Like the front page from TheElevationGroup.com .... essentially it's a (fairly long) sales letter with one goal... to get the reader to opt-in for the free information. I really like that focus on the visitor taking action.
2) Second Page is a Blog Page - what my articles will look like once I post them to my Wordpress site. Should have fairly consistent nav bar / logo combo, similar to Front Page.
3) Products / Sales Page - I'll use this third kind of page to sell electronic products and seminar seats. This is like the "Page" page-type in Wordpress (not "Post"). A good example of this is: http://www.perrymarshall.com/market…etrichard/
What to avoid
I really dislike when websites are heavy on design. I think ElevationGroup.com has a lot of design elements and a carefully laid-out design approach, however the design is still secondary to the OFFER to opt-in for free information. Yes the boat is eye-catching and amazing, but it completely supports the main offer - "How to Invest Like the Rich". No swopping arrows, oversized pics of people, overbearing graphic elements.... the entire page is focused on selling the opt-in, which is great!