It was a privilege to work with DELSOL.design! Our team engaged with DELSOL.design for work on a digital marketing campaign, and throughout the process were impressed with not only his design work, but also his communication, willingness to iterate on past designs, and skillful ability to help us ideate and create new themes and concepts. What a wonderful experience!
How ksmithL started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Personal Finance Lab
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We work with high schools to teach personal finance and investing concepts. We currently have a budgeting game that we want to redesign.
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What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the web page?
We want to redesign our existing budgeting game - which is currently housed entirely on one page of our website. It should mesh well with the general site styling. Colors and flair on elements of the page should be "bright and fun", but not unprofessional. Target user is a high school personal finance or business student.
1. "Calendar Page" - this is the main "action" page of the game. It needs to have a calendar showing the user's position, a dice roll (which rolls across the page when clicked), net monthly cash flow, and navigation to "credit card statement", "account summary", "financial summary" (already on existing page), plus "Bank Statements" and "My Bills" (these are other pages we're working on separately).
2. "Financial Summary" page - this shows savings/checking account balances, ability to move money between accounts (currently uses slider, which can change), and charts showing account activity over the course of the month. Also includes summary of money earned and expenses. New version should also include "Outstanding bills", "Credit card balance", and "Loan balance" fields
What to avoid
Both pages will be part of our larger "template", so we are just looking for the budget game itself - excluding the site header and sidebar. The current "Net Worth", "Credit Score", and "Game Score" that we have on the current budget game won't be part of the new version - they will be integrated into our existing header (where "Portfolio Value" is now on the provided demo account).
We are also planning on working with the winning designer on other pages as part of the game too - but the contest is focusing on two main "essential" pages.
The current game uses a fixed with and fixed height - the new version will be responsive.