How sproutify started their web page design journey
Professional Ruby on Rails development company doing our own side project to generate a large amount of simple computer work for people from developing countries. We are building a website people in the West use to outsource (or "crowdsource") their boring and tedious spreadsheet work to people who really need the work in poor countries.
SpreadsheetArmy uses Google Spreadsheets as a platform to complete data entry, web research, data correction, image tagging and other projects. The work is split up into small microwork tasks that our people from developing countries complete. The client sees each result show up real-time as a row in their Google Spreadsheet.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our target audience is mostly tech-savvy business people who want to get this sort of work done quickly and cheaply. We are definitely looking for a modern, web 2.0 look and feel that will appeal to this sort of audience and follows the look of our logo (see attached).
* Use the wireframe ONLY as a rough guide of what should be on the page, do NOT just copy it - please add/edit/rearrange as you see fit!
* Targeting 1024x768 (960px fixed) with header and footer spread out on either side like Zendesk.com for example
* Love the web 2.0 "fat footers" we are seeing everywhere
* We need a layered PSD in the end