Hi there! Thanks for getting involved in this exciting project!
Trunomi is after full website redesign that could lead to more work and a Product UI/UX redesign.
We're looking for someone to add some colour, life and spice to an otherwise fairly dull space (Customer Permissions Management).
It's really important to emphasise that we want something completely different from our current website - both the language and visual elements are very dry, dull and difficult to understand at first glance.
Instead we want to go after a conversational look and and feel - a good mixture of white space around text with fun colours and visually appealing graphics to give visual context - we need to inject this space with a bit of life! Think what Slack did with Corporate Messaging, and MailChimp with email marketing. Graphics that capture an element of software/trust/management/analytics are ideal.
In terms of number of pages for the website, we're looking at 3 core pages:
Homepage (with a first overview of Trunomi)
Why Trunomi? (which goes into more detail about the product and features)
For Techies (an introduction into the tech that powers Trunomi)
The content that we're using is attached in the word file 'Website Content Brief'. You'll see by having a read of it that our tone/identity is conversational, and tongue-in-cheek. We'd love to replicate that with our design.
We're after after a few different graphics to really help give context to the text.
At some stage we will discuss a graphic that gives a neat summary of Trunomi in visual form - don't worry about this just yet!
What we can work on now are a few smaller icons/graphics, along the lines of the ones i've attached below, originally taken from Slack. We're keen on the colourful, hand-drawn look and feel - after all, we're trying to give everything a more casual and conversational feel, and these fit into that strategy.
We'd also need a smaller, square logo, there are examples from Slack and Port.im attached below.
We'd love to bring a bit more of a dynamic feel to the pages by bringing in text and the smaller graphics as the user scrolls. E.g, as the user scrolls down the homepage, the various paragraphs of text move in or appear in a more visually exciting way - the obvious example here is Apple, and their product page for the iphone XR: https://www.apple.com/uk/iphone-xr/
We'd also need a comprehensive style guide - simple as.