I 100% would work with Alice again! I think she added details that I didn't even think about. I can tell she really is passionate about her work and every person I showed was "wowed". She definitely has a bright future.
- Floating Baron
Working with Floating Baron was great. Very detail oriented and great communication. Always available to make changes and to improve on designs.
How Mscott1051 started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We're releasing a Japanese Visual Novel series called Muv-Luv. We recently ran a very successful Kickstarter campaign for this (https://www.kickstarter.com/project…vel-series) and would like to create a website that will serve as the community/hub for all of the Muv-Luv English related stuff.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the web page?
Japanese style (see examples) but for an English site. Clean/Simple navigation and clever presentation of information (info on mechas, characters etc.). First release will be Muv-Luv Extra/Unlimited which is more of a slice of life/high school type VN.
Looking to start with a really awesome homepage design. It should have a main feature area where we can display our latest offering and easy navigation to our forums and other online presences.
Would also like an area where you can scroll through and get different information on the mechas and another area where you can scroll through and get information on the different characters.
We are trying to keep up with Japanese website designs, try to refer as closely to the PSVita website.
Lastly, code-wise we should be able to keep adding content to the bottom of the page.
What to avoid
Please don't go with the pink text color, use white text with subtle red or blue text shadow just like in the PS Vita website instead http://5pb.jp/games/muvluv/psv/ (or just plain white for standard font).