The design was everything I expected. Faisal worked with me whenever I had comments or concerns. All in all, I would recommend him. He deserves two thumbs up.
Excellent Designer, very responsive, very committed to the outcome.
We had to go through a few more iterations than originally expected and he did it without any issues.
Will hire again!
Great designer to work with! Very responsive to changes and always came with a fully realized design. Highly recommended!
How jrohn 3 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 sell a workforce management software to staffing agencies and enterprise clients who want to improve their ability to fill and schedule shifts quickly and reliably (much like the way rides are requested and picked up on Uber). The software uses native smartphone apps for the workers and job requesters and a desktop application for administrative users.
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?
We want the website to have more of a storyboard format than our current site. We picture the website being focused around two main pages, one for Staffing Agencies and one for Enterprise clients (our two primary audiences).
The only real color we have in mind is the orange you will see in the logo I've attached. This orange should only be used as an accent color, not the primary color for the site design.
See WorkN Website Copy document (attached below) for more details on content. General page purposes below:
For Staffing Agencies (Homepage)
- The purpose of this page is to highlight the value of WorkN to the staffing agencies who will use the software to serve their clients on-demand staffing and scheduling needs.
- The purpose of this page is to highlight the ease of scheduling shifts, filling gaps, and assigning work for enterprise users and workers.
What to avoid
Cluttered paragraphs, busy graphics.
For clarification, this is a rebranding - until now, we have gone by the name Serveture (hence the existing domain). Moving forward, we will go by the name WorkN.
I've included attachments for the logo, the site content, and three screenshots (1 from a job requester, 1 from a worker, and one from a desktop admin user). If possible, these should be incorporated into the design.