Contest for a clean, simple design of a new web application homepage.
We are after a design for a new web application that we’re about to launch.
The application is called FourPDF, and it converts web pages into pdfs, with a simple click of a link.
The home page will have a traditional web-app set of options – see the examples below to get an idea of the menu items.
We will also need a section which has more textural descriptions of user benefits – maybe 3 or so different user personas – website developer, website owner, enterprise.
We’ll also need a section for client testimonials, and a button to sign up for a free trial.
The product is part of our set of offerings – see http://www.fourhats.com – and you can download our current logo files here: http://www.fourhats.com/images/logo.zip. As such, to keep with the brand, we need a similar logo segment creating, with something to do with html to pdf conversion as the icon. We’re guessing red will be a featured colour, given its association with the adobe pdf logo. But we’re not looking for the website to be just a red copy of our http://www.fourhats.com site – this one needs its own identity, but just with elements tying it back to the parent site. It should have a classic web 2 web-app style – clean, simple, fun.
Web-app sites we like:
- Photoshop files for the homepage
- Any icons, pictures, photos used must be available cheaply
- Overly fussy design