Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Firm provides brand counsel on M&A, portfolio management, marketing services, identity work and marcom implementation for b2b clients.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Business & Consulting
yes, but it is currently under construction and isn't reflective tugboatbranding.com
Prophet brand strategy - bold imagery and color don't like the top navigation - way too common among branding firms
1. Home Page (the mac daddy) - needs to provide video, thumbnails for articles, contact information, navigation and slideshows twitter linked, profile results etc. Home page should stimulate inquiries on our business or
2. Blog page template (Pepperpot)
3. For remaining pages need a template to follow
The design should be forward-leaning recognizing the web is moving toward video-based content over dense copy/content.
Navigation should include: Who, What, How, Requests & Inquiries, Results, Blog, and Twitter/Linked widgets.
I am interested in establishing an ongoing relationship with a designer.
I like bold, modern and an easy interface. I plan on embedding animoto videos onto the home page of the site and would like space for this. I also want articles/thumbnails on the home page. The name of my blog is called the Pepperpot - hence the image. I detest small fonts that are difficult to read. The metaphor for my business is worth checking out, please see tugboatbranding.com for an explanation. I'm trying to reach c-suite decision makers and CMOS along with marketing directors. It is important as a small firm to make an impression that is distinctive from large-scale firms. As in Landor, Interbrand, Siegal+Gale, Wolf-Olins, Futurebrand, etc. I dig great looking emotive images. I also want to see the logo used wisely.