RODE dizajn created a very cool logo for a new arm of my business. Roko was very easy to work with. He listened to our requests, suggested great new ideas, and turned around changes quickly! I would definitely work with him again!
- tina wC
- Red Designs
Has done a fantastic job on multiple sites for me.
Really great desginer! He really read through our project brief from the beginning and was great in listening to the feedback through the whole process.
- Technology Wisdom
Simplicity and many solutions provided by designer until we found the right one , very good designer and professionals in their work .
How gary n started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
New Travel Site
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
People often post on Facebook “I’m going on a trip! What should I do? Where should I stay? Where should I eat?” Our site is the friend who knows! Our local experts tell you the cool things to do, the hip places to stay, and the best eats in each city.. Their insider tips guide you through every aspect of your trip. No tourist traps!
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Travel & Hotel
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the web page?
We are looking for a clean, modern design. Target hip & affluent young-thinking audience.
Here are the 5 pages. For Qualifying Round, please do the Home Page, and Plan Trip page if you could!
1) Homepage - about TrekSavvy and entrance to EXPLORE flow and PLAN TRIP flow workflows
[ EXPLORE FLOW]
2) City Page - showcase a City and the City’s Must Do’s and Ideal Days.
3) Must Do page - static page, photos and info on an individual Must Do
4) Start Trip - choose City and duration, show and edit trip Itinerary (cities and # days)
5) MustDo Selection Page - for 1st City in Trip, Add Must Do’s to the TrekList
What to avoid
Don’t use tabs. Tabs are banned! No popups. Don't want a 90's design!
Simple, clean, modern.
We have beautiful , large images for our content. Show them off.
Visually differentiate the PLAN TRIP from EXPLORE flow.
Visually differentiate Ideal Days and Must Do’s. User needs to look at an Ideal Day and recognize that it is a “bundle” of Must Do’s.
Gracefully handle properties that have no value. Fields will be hidden when they have no value. Pay attention to how Must Do Type affects empty fields. Some fields go away in groups depending on Must Do Type.