Chris123804 got their new web page design by running a design contest:
Modern One Page Design - New Website - Open to Ideas
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IT Professionals, mostly education but enterprise too. Anyone looking to configure MANY IT devices (Phones, Tablets, Macs, PC's, etc)
modern, clean, simple, flow is important, easy to understand. I like the use of clean icons where it fits. The real focus should be spent on the checklist and cart. Creative ways this is done, with focus on usability with a modern style.
I don't need a developer, I just need different looks for single front page. The website design I need is pretty unique. I need a simple header and footer and then for the rest of the front page I have a pretty exact way I need it to function but I need "a look" this is where I need a designer. To get into the details, after a basic header and footer, I need the ability for a person to selected a device (iPad, Mac, Chromebook, etc). Icon selection would be interesting. Next enter a quantity of that selected device. Once a device is selected, it will display a list of 5-10 things specific to that device, a person can check. These are services that go along with that device. Each service has a per device price and as they check these services, somewhere on the site a total is shown (not to be confused with a shopping cart, because they haven't saved anything yet they are simply checking and unchecking). Examples of these services are (Update and enroll, case, engrave, provision <5GB, provision >5GB, enter Apple ID, etc). All of these services will need an "info" button they can either mouse over or click and the window expands to describe exactly what the service is. All these services will need to show a per device price as well. Some where on the site, I need a total to be given as they check items. The last thing is they can save that list, after they have checked everything they want or save that "project" and it will add those items into a shopping cart type system. They can then choose another device, enter quantity, and start the process all over again. Selecting services for that device and saving it to the "cart". So to go over the details of the design. The website needs a header and footer. This header will need the following areas; the logo, navigation (About us, FAQ, Affiliate Program, Contact), shopping cart, and a sign up/login. A place for social media icons might be nice too. The next area is the device type and list of services. This lists a bunch of services with prices. Services need a way to expand or give more details around the service possibly with a "info" button. Somewhere a price total is show as they check items. The last thing needed is a “look" for the “cart”. Once the save a product with a list of services, this will be added to the cart. And will look something like this: 200 iPads - $xxxx - Updating - Casing - Engraving They can add many devices with services to the cart and they checkout. Lastly a simple footer, with your typical repeat items in the header. Possibly new links like terms and conditions, news, etc. With all that said. I need a one page design with a cart look as well. Meaning what it looks like when a user clicks the cart button, how it looks when they have items in the cart. I have some mock ups I did that are awful design wise, but they might help understand the components better.
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Colors are open, we have a logo but have not selected any color scheme for the logo. Feel free to experiment with the logo and colors as well. Modern icons are nice where it fits (select a device, social media, etc)
The example image is a really bad design, please don't get ideas from that :) I didn't realize comments on submitted designs were private, thats too bad because I think there is some valuable feedback in those comments. I thought I would share them here. 1. Try to avoid making it look too much like the example I submitted. I really didn’t like that design, it’s the entire reason I’m using this site is because i’m not a designer. 2. I like using icons for select a device, we do more then just Apple so we would need more icons. It would be more like iOS, Chromebook, Laptop - Mac OS , Laptop - Windows, Desktop MacOS, Desktop - Windows, Android, Surface. Which is simple we could just put an OS icon in. I would avoid using actual product photos though, products change too often and we on’t are about models. We only care about device “types” and the OS, so a Window laptop would cover every Windows laptop. 3. Put yourself in the shoes of the person arriving at this site, make sure it useable and friendly. Make sure you could figure out what to do by looking at it. Assume the visitor knows we provide services for devices and thats it. Or possible doesn’t know what we do at all. 4. We do plan to have a video that takes a visitor through the entire process, if you think you have a good place for that video on this page feel free to add it. 5. The key I think will be the checklist and the cart. Remember we could have up to 10+ items, so a long list needs to look decent. 6. In my example image I have 1-2-3-4, this was my attempt and showing what stage the visitor was in. I don’t think thats works well, at least the way I have it shown. I also show a “Projects 1” link, that was my way of showing a cart, we prob won’t call it a cart. It will most likely be called “projects”.
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