Creating application design for Scattre (http://Scattre.com).
Kim did a great job understanding the mockups and the further clarifications and was flexible when changing drafts. I can recommend Kim.
How Bn94 started their web page design journey
We are a company selling open source Network Management Solutions targeting, among others, Enterprise users. Based in Sweden, we are branching out all over the world and of course, the US and other parts of Europe are under our radar as well.
Our solutions are based on the open source software called Nagios.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our major traffic consists of people involved with Nagios and other developers/ sys-admins. So we have quite a few technical people who reach our site. On the other hand we are reaching out to higher levels of the corporate management. Essentially both segments consist of pretty straightforward, to-the-point individuals who look for professionalism and trust.
What we would like to have:
1. Fluid width pages.
2. Large front page header that catches the eye
3. Modularised pages i.e. content can be positioned in different sockets of the page
4. One simple background unlike our current set up where we have little "blocks" clearly demarcated. something like skype.com
5. A comprehensive Menu navigation system (highlighted in the attached file)
6. A "clean" look.. how that is done is completely up to you!
7. A large footer with a number of columns for pages to be listed
8 COLOURS: Our company colours are red (#dd0000 #bb0000, #cc0000), white(ffffff), black and gray (222222 333333 999999 cccccc).
Number of pages
We would like a design of our front page. In application, we would NOT be using flash as far as possible so preferably some kind of slideshow of images would be great. You can feel free to take content from our current website. It would be fantastic if you could take snippets of features from our main product (http://www.op5.com/op5/products/network-monitor) and show that on the main page but then again it is only a suggestion.