Radhivin was awesome to work with. She executed the designs and our client was pleased! She worked to ensure that I was happy & I appreciated that a lot. I'll definitely be working with her again very soon.
- Roberto Criado
Extremely impressed with all the work done. He took time to understand our industry and what we were looking for in the design and produced some amazing work! We are so impressed we've already started the next project!
- Design Injector
Raj incorporate our colors and logo as requested and worked super fast!
How Sent.ly 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 are a B2B company. We help B2C companies communicate with their customers over SMS. Our target audience are marketers, developers and customer support personnel in these B2C companies.
We do marketing (before sale), regular notifications (during sale) and customer support (after the sale)
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 would like to use our green (#99AE45) as a base theme and possibly our blue (#144967) as a primary color.
We have previously used comic characters in our website (example: http://bit.ly/sentlytos) to explain concepts or draw attention to features. If you could make the design work with the comic characters, that would be good, but its an optional requirement.
- A banner (similar to Twilio) - with clear call to action button. The
banner could have a city-scape background or a picture of a crowd of
people walking. The banner should have speech bubbles showing
- A triage section that lets visitors drill in to what they care
about (marketers / developers / customer support) quick enough
- Customer listing / testimonial (click through to detailed use-case)
- repeat clear call to action button
- High level Feature description (click through to detailed feature
- Contact block (FB / Twitter / Blog / Physical address / Support
contact) - repeat call to action button
What to avoid
Anything that clashes with #99AE45 & #144967
We would like a B2B business website, but would like to still keep it light & a bit fun.