What a great and talented young designer. I enjoyed working with Med and hope you do to.
How Rsadana1 started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Please look at the attachment for the complete description
e-GMAT is one of the top online test prep company. We started about two years ago and today have more than 50,000 users in 50 countries. We are the top rated company for non-natives on GMAT Club – the world’s largest community of GMAT aspirants. Things that separate us from the competition:
1. Focus on non-natives: Our courses are designed for students who have not done their schooling (K12) in USA, UK, and Australia.
2. Personalized learning: Our courses are personalized to the learner .
3. Audio visual aspect: We believe you learn best when you see, read and hear at the same time. Hence, all our courses are fantastically audio visual. Click here for a sample of one of our concepts.
4. People: We hire the best and make sure that the work full time. This is very different from other test prep companies that hire average teachers on part time basis.
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 be web2.0 and to use blue/white backgrounds. The messaging should come out cleanly in the website. The user should not have to make an effort to read. The call to actions should be extremely clear.
We are looking for three pages -
1. Home page
2. Courses page
3. Testimonial page.
You can see examples of each of the above on our current website.
For requirements for the new website, please look at the attached document that describes the home page. The requirements for the courses page and the testimonial page will be shared with a select group of designers who are selected in the second round.
What to avoid
Please avoid using dark background colors. Also avoid websites that are commonplace. The website should be unique. Here are examples of website designs that should be avoided. Please read the design brief for more details.