Great designer. Highly responsive and very creative. Can't wait to get it up.
Radnaksi did a great job at creating a website that was most similar to my vision. He was very patient, quick to respond to my feedback and creative.
How gilles.ghyssaert started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our company is MCS Solutions.
We're a technology and consulting firm. Our core purpose is to make buildings work harder for their occupants through unlocking the power of building data. We help our clients to create a workplace that offer the agility, flexibility, and connectivity needed to support new ways of working. And we assist our clients to optimize their facility operations and achieve bottom-line savings.
Our brand: COBUNDU
We believe technology solutions need to address real-world challenges in the office (find a colleague, book a room, request catering...) and enable scenarios that quickly yield ROI. Our platform is built on the latest IoT technologies to make buildings smarter in the way they work for their occupants.
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?
Currently we're in the phase of stabilizing of our brand, colors and style.
We have an old website (http://www.cobundu.com) that will be revamped soon (we purchased the Avada theme on wordpress).
The colors that we use today are:
Dark grey: #363636
Kodak Yellow: #FFC30B
Light grey : #6B6D6C (or other variants)
The Style is a mix of black-and-grey with the use of big images
The logo can be found on the website (might also change to make it more playful).
Other than that, we can still go in many directions
The idea is to have a page that lists all the potential scenarios that our platform can offer. We have 5 standardized products in our platform (Space monitor - Comfort Monitor - Room Assistant - Workplace Assistant - Cleaning manager) and we have 100+ scenarios that these products can enable. A list of the scenarios is depicted in the attached document.
The goal of the page is for our potential clients AND for our own Sales Reps to see (interactively) which scenarios are relevant for their cases (e.g. "I want reduce my cost for cleaning").
On the other hand, that page should allow to navigate through the list of scenarios based on keywords. I imagine a filter bar on top with predefined word tags that filter out the relevant scenarios on that page. e.g.
I WANT TO <Reduce/increase> THE <cost/space /amount> OF <users/cleaners/space/meeting rooms>
The combination of these tags would then filter out the relevant scenarios so you don't have to dig into all the content
What to avoid
Please avoid a flat page with 10000 words.
The idea to have a lightweight tool that helps the visitors find the scenarios that fit their needs.
Have a look at the booklet draft attached to get an idea of what each product does and what the amount of scenarios are. We make a distinction between features ("with this product , I can") and benefits ("This product allows me to")