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How Julien Roger started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Abletribe creates always accurate, automatic payroll software that saves companies time and money, and helps employees make better financial decisions.
Our target audience are mid-level and senior-level executives at medium and large sized companies.
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?
Professional, minimal, organized. Should inspire confidence and security.
We like blue, yellow, orange, grey, and white
Page 1: This is a summary of a payroll run. A beta version is attached (Page 1 - Payroll summary). Dates and numbers under totals and cash requirements should be visible. Each employee has a summary - this summary could be condensed.
Page 2: This is an overview of the organization/company. A mock up is attached (Page 2 - Company overview). The idea is to show where the company is spending money on people, and what level these people are (senior managers, analysts, etc.) Three drop down menus are expanded.
Page 3: This is an online paystub for an employee. A mock up is attached (Page 3 - Paystub). There is no side navigation on this page. The page should include 2 main elements: 1) a visual representation of where the money goes (taxes, deductions, retirement savings, net pay). Retirement savings should be treated as a 'good' deduction; 2) a detailed version of the paystub that includes all the numbers.
What to avoid
No serif fonts, no harsh colors.
The look and feel of these three pages should be clean and consistent. All information should be clear and organized. An example of a full paystub is attached for reference, but should not be included in the three pages.