Our company is Kaizen Communications. We are a mobile marketing application provider headquartered in Jacksonville, FL. We currently have 24 satellite sales teams in major markets around the US. We have connectivity and campaign provisioning with all of the major carriers (as well as a myriad of tier 2 and tier 3 carrier networks).
We pride ourselves on being a "complete" mobile marketing solutions provider. Our services range from researching and planning a client's campaign to the actual delivery and analytics. We offer "a la carte" product packaging (SMS, MMS, WAP, Mobile Web, IVR, Premium billed campaigns, etc...) as well as custom products and services tailored to the individual client. Our flagship product (and core competency) is our K2K mobile messaging platform. That is our API that integrates with any other website or software platform. Our clients include Toyota, Cox Communications, Goodyear, The Coaches Den, Owens Corning, HBO, Hungry Howie's and many others.
Our target market is corporate america. We are a B2B service provider and our services can and are being used by every type of business out there. Primarily, we provide high end, high volume mobile messaging integration for large corporations.
We need an industry leading, jaw dropping, wow generating website design. We need a designer to build the assets (no coding required) for a site template.
Our current site is http://www.kaizencommunications.net and is not much more than a ton of text and a few pictures. I've also attached my business card design for you to see. That has our logo.
Basically, we want our site to scream technology. We like black and blues, subtle 3d, subtle flash animations for calls to action, featurettes etc. (we can build the flash but you provide the graphics assets for them). Lots of mobile tech graphics, mobile tech animations (stock maybe), and background subtleties.
competitor (so you can see a complete site with what we do). These guys have an ok site: http://www.3cinteractive.com
here is another competitor for content examples - http://www.vibes.com
This next site has an awesome tech feel... blacks and blues... take in that techie feel and absorb the subtleties... then let the designs flow! many of you designers that have been around a while probably recognize this one...
Basically, if you can get in the mindset of the mobile companies ads for the handsets... get real tech and futuristic while maintaining corporate professionalism... we have a winner!