I am extremely satisfied with Dip Ray's work. Since the beginning of the contest, he has been very responsive and offered several options for my logo. After delivering the final files, he also delivered a file in a word format which was not originally requested. He went above and beyond. When working on the final deliverables, we communicated through Skype and Dip would send me revisions on the spot. Dip is pro-active, efficient and quick. I definitively recommend his services.
- Sarah Gillet Couto
Ingngarso was very prompt and professional to work with and responded to our feedback with suggestions and new designs. I will be happy to work with him again.
How Mstephenson started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
FLS Connect - Campaign Connect
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our website is a product which acts as a web-based portal to various database and volunteer management systems. We target political clients and build software tools for database management, online phone banking and door-to-door canvassing purposes, on behalf of political campaigns/clients. This Campaign Connect product will be the main portal through which clients and users will login to access those products.
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 want a clean, modern looking design, sticking mostly in the red/white/blue color spectrum. Our site will utilize the Bootstrap framework to be responsive and in-line with current look/feel trends in the market.
The main page will be the home screen which will appear once a user logs into the site. This page will have menus and icons for accessing the 3 products, menus for different functionality and later, a section for a reporting dashboard to appear. The goal here is to show a pleasing, sharp interface which acts as a user's landing page. It needs to be clean yet allow for a full view of the functions available to them as well as any reports that would show in their dashboard.
Yes, we are using the Twitter Bootstrap framework for our basic CSS. Any submission should include a separate CSS document with ONLY the overridden classes. Styles that do not derive from the Bootstrap styles should be kept to a minimum where possible.