How Michael7142198 started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Champions for Children
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This website is for a non-profit organization that teaches people in the state of Utah how to keep their children safe in the world of bullying, drug resistance and other bad things that happen which target children. On this website we will be launching educational campaigns, asking for donations, and posting articles about how to protect your kids.
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 style we are trying to go for is one that inspires absolute trust and credibility. We want people to come to our site and understand that we can help them and the community be safe.
We would like there to be a simple clean design (please look at the website's listed especially that of Mitt Romney) that allows people to focus on what we want them to focus on (such as videos, pictures and calls to action).
I have already taken the time to create a wireframe that I have uploaded here to give you an idea of the content and layout that we'd like for the website.
You logo is being developed in a blue color similar to the colors on lds.org. Please keep this in mind when designing the site to have the logo fit into it.
Please ask questions if you have any.
Home page - I've uploaded a document showing the layout of the homepage. The home page basically will have a feature box for people to watch a video and sign up for the mailing list and below it there will be a recent post. The main goal of this page is to get people to either sign up for the mailing list, read the post or click the donate button.
What to avoid
Eye capturing images in the background. Eccessive use of Gradients, excessive use of dark colors, anything that inspires a negative emotion or denigrates trust.
Please read the supplied notes. I have provided a wireframe to give you an understanding of what content and Layout I want on the page.
Once I've selected a winner I will likely do a one-on-one with them to do finishing touches.