Ozgun was the only designer to pay strict attention to our original brief, and he submitted a design that was exactly what we were originally looking for. However, we could sense that his talent had been stymied by our brief so suggested he could submit another design, free from any constraints. We were absolutely delighted by his subsequent submission. He had paid such close attention to the core purpose of our website and his new design was far ahead of any others. Working with Ozgun was a dream as he is also a proficient coder and so was able to create a dummy website on which we could see our new design in action and provide valuable feedback, which he attended to with intelligence and creative flair. The final design files he supplied were so much more than just PSD. We would recommend him to anyone seeking a website redesign.
How teamy7 started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Senior Services Guide
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Directory of home-care services for elderly Australians
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 are generally happy with the current design but it needs a refresh and to be mobile responsive.
- Current content to remain mostly the same.
- The Useful Links section in the footer is no longer required.
- The website menu could appear elsewhere.
- The four pages are: Home page; Search results; Contact us; About us
What to avoid
No sections with separate scrolling
The Search Results page is the most important page as that is where most visitors land (from a Google search). Various elements can be deleted or moved around to create the best user experience. The central banner ad (currently for a book) needs to remain in the space AFTER the list of subsidised services and BEFORE the commercial (fee-for-service) services.