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How 2190500196 started their landing page design journey
Who are you known as?
The SAT Brain
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We provide video courses for students preparing to study in the U.S., the majority of which cover the SAT, but also include tips and advice for preparing to study overseas. We also provide 1-1 and group consultation classes for those students, as well as editing and proofreading essays, where we help the student find their own voice and look for any plagiarism in their admissions essays.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the landing page?
We are looking for the website to be simple and user-friendly, with a professional feel to it. Online education websites like Udemy have a bit too much happening, though part of that is their ability to reach every subject. With overseas study as our focus, we want it to be personal to our students. Hand-drawn designs for the menu bar are important, and our three main courses (Preparing to Study Abroad, SAT Writing, and SAT Reading) should all have their own section on the landing page (not a small box like Udemy).
Elements to include in the landing page
The landing page should have a menu bar with the following sections: (courses, about, contact us, and blog). It should also include a header image relating to studying abroad in the U.S. and three different course advertisement sections, as well as a section advertising for consulting classes and assistance in preparing to study abroad. At the bottom there could be a contact us section (for email). For social media, we would like to somehow incorporate our Wechat QR code into the website so users can just scan the code.
Our website is using the theme WPLMS, just so the designers know what type of coding might need to be changed.