Minesh is an outstanding designer and will be using him again for design work in the future. We had some major issues with web development services, but will not hold that against him as a developer. It just wasn't the right match for us. We absolutely love the design services and will continue to use minesh for design services.
Thank you! Even with all the trouble on the development front, because the design is so damn good, we still give him and his organization 5 stars
How joachimB started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are building our next generation B2B Website based on Google material design.
The service we offer is assembled PCBA’s (printed circuit boards) via the internet.
We specialize in small series (5-10) prototype’s in 5 day’s (or 10 or 20 etc.)
We have an extensive ordering system integrated in our website and offer our customer options to fill in data and get an instant price, upload production files and order in 15 minutes. (we developed and patented special machines for this service).
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?
Google Material Design, Roboto & Roboto Mono, Colours: Red, Navy blue, green. Photos or illustrations of printed circuit board assembly combined with graphical details/icons.
1. Home - See http://www.deltaproto.com for basic content. Should inform and focus on main call-to-action: go to Pricing
2. Pricing (Calculator): Please re-design the order-form (pricing table/calculator) according to Google Material Design standards.
This is the most important part - ordering should be easy even though it is a complex product. Try to stay above the fold with variables, pricing and order button.
What to avoid
Please don't use cheap stock photo's of printed circuit boards or futuristic and unrealistic backgrounds.
See attachment for trial re-design, use of stock images is allowed as long as it is functional. Illustrations are very welcome.
Also, see page 2 (pricing/calculator) in Material Design attached. We need a way to make this better looking but stick to the Material Design language.