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Business & Consulting
DSC is a management consulting business based in Tanzania and operating in the East Africa region and beyond. The website is for providing our audience with information about our services, primarily, but also with our thoughts on what we do and our experience through case studies.
1. Home We would like the logo to be visible on the top left of the page. The home page invites the user to the site and allows them to view our services by industry. This is the most important part. Secondary to that we would like to show an excerpt of our latest blog post and some changing pictures of us in recent workshops or training events. We would also like visible links to our blog, about us page, and contact us page. At the bottom of the page we would like a site map, similar to what we currently have with the addition of a follow us on twitter link. On the current site we have a tabbed navigation on the left that we use throughout the site in showing the user where they are. We would like to retain that, whether it remains on the side or moves to the top. 2. Services index On the home page, each industry link leads to a services index page for that particular industry (e.g. http://www.dsc.co.tz/services/public-organizations/). Each services index page has a tag line for a title as can be seen on the current site. The main part of the page is questions and answers which introduce the different services we offer. The tabbed navigation feature mentioned above should indicate where the user is by highlighting the industry on the navigation. As with the home page we would like the logo to be visible on the top left and clear links to our blog, about us and contact us pages plus a share this links for email, facebook and twitter. In addition we would like some sort of illustration with our email address (email@example.com) visible to encourage the user to get in touch. We would also like a link that take the user back to the home page if they are in the wrong industry. While they can jump to another industry through the tabbed navigation, we would like to make it more obvious with something like “If you are not from a public organization, ...” At the bottom of the page we would like to have a site map similar to the home page with a follow us on twitter link. 3. Service On the service index page, the links in the answers to the questions link to a service page (e.g. http://www.dsc.co.tz/services/public-organizations/strategic-planning/). Each service page has the service name as the title and goes on to describe the service. The description typically starts with an overview in larger font size followed by more detail in a smaller font size. In between the two levels of descriptions we provide some context by linking the service with other services that go with it, before it, or after it. This can remain where it is or move to the top or side of the page. Further down the page are links to blog posts that touch on the service. This should be followed by a site map like on other pages. Similar to the services index page we would also like an image or illustration on the side to encourage the user to get in touch with our email address in there. Like the services page this page should also have links to our blog, about us, and contacts us pages as well as share this links for email, twitter and facebook. 4. Blog index The blog index page (http://www.dsc.co.tz/thoughts/) should show the tabbed navigation on the side or top where it is out of the way. The blog itself is named “Our Thoughts” and this should be reflected on the page. Each post should have a title, author, publish date, and number of comments. If the text is long then the body should be followed by a continue reading link. Below the link should be categories to which the post belongs. On the right should be the categories plus archive like on most blogs. There should also be an image link for the RSS feed. Like the rest of the pages, there should be the logo on the top left, links to contact us and about us, and a site map at the bottom.
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