We love our logo and our service, but that's about it. Our website needs to communicate what our service does, but the current version doesn't do that. We need YOU to produce a winning design for our site.
We have a really simple service that saves people THOUSANDS of dollars per year. But, our site doesn't really communicate what we do. We need a design that helps visitors see IMMEDIATELY what we do and how much value we can deliver to them. Visit http://www.mobyQ.com to see the existing site.
Here's what we do: We offer an easy way for people to track expenditures via text messaging. Customers input a budget amount (or balance for their checking account) and then text our servers every time they spend money. Every time they text us, our servers send them their remaining balance. Thus they ensure they never overdraft their account.
Right now we just have month-to-month and annual subscriptions.
We like the mobyQ logo, but that’s about it
The stock photo, the navigation, the way we communicate what we do…it’s all really bad and needs to be improved
The colors don’t relate to finance or $ at all. That needs to change.
There are no icons to communicate what we do.
Example site 1: mint.com
We LOVE mint.com the look is clean and refreshing.
Because we deal with personal finances, we think green should be the base color for the site
The navigation on mint.com is clean and makes sense - we want that.
We love the “Sign up” button on mint.com too.
We love the five links next to “Understand your money”
We also love the four “how can mint help you…” links
We love the way the site quickly communicates what it does
We love that it has a place for user testimonials
Example Site 2: jott.com
We like the big messaging center on Jott.com and how it quickly communicates what the site does
The icons are really cool too
Example Site 3: tripit.com
Tripit.com is another site we LOVE. It communicates what it does so well
The icons are cool too!
Example Site 4: wayfaring.com
We love the icons at the bottom of wayfaring.com
Example Site 5: pando.com
We love everything about pando.com (except all the ads)
We don't like the overly glossy look of a lot of Web 2.0 sites.
We don't like overly "Corporate" or "Enterprise" websites...we're appealing to consumers and want the site to reflect that.