The company was founded by a nurse/psychologist who spent years treating illnesses in hospitals and counseling people. She realized that a person's home or workspace had such a tremendous impact on a person's physical and mental health, that rather than wait for people to get sick to treat them, it would be better to create healthy work and living environments that keep them from getting sick in the first place. She found that simple changes at home, such as a change in cleaning products, or planting an herb garden, or painting a room could have a great impact on a person's health. The company culture is the opposite of cookie-cutter, as the company realizes that each customer is an individual. Employees are encouraged to express themselves freely through their work, creating a bond between employees and customers. The company projects the following feels: Clean, Healthy, Relaxed, Fresh, Earthy, Trustworthy, and Satisfaction.
The target audience are middle-aged to older professionals who have very busy and stressful lives, and don't have the time to properly clean, repair, or landscape their home or office. These people could benefit from a living or work environment that would help them to be more comfortable, healthy, and productive. The average customer will be curious about what we have to offer, but will have to be educated as to the benefits of our services.
We are looking for a simple, clean website that conveys the feels of: Clean, Healthy, Relaxed, Fresh, Earthy, Trustworthy, and Satisfaction. A good site to use as a reference is http://www.ge.com. We don't want to use our current logo, so please fill in with a basic design. If need be, we will run a future contest for the logo, but the website will have to be up in the meantime, so please make the name fit in the site for the time being.
There should be six links:
There should be a placeholder for a Google form to be inserted requesting to be contacted.
The company is a local company located in an area with four seasons and many trees. We have several rivers and creeks as well. It would be nice if some imagery helped maintain the local feel.
Photoshop or Dreamweaver files ideal.