As usual Anton's work is excellent and he goes above and beyond to integrate feedback, provide advice and generally make sure we were 100% happy.
How Arcade City started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
People-powered ridesharing startup, aiming to disrupt Uber and the other big sharing economy corps using peer-to-peer networks. Target audience are consumers that need rides and drivers to provide them -- primarily people who have used Uber/Lyft in the past and are ready for the next evolution of ridesharing.
Emphasis on gamification and fun -- earn points for rides! Think Uber meets Pokemon Go.
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?
We just finished a 99designs contest for logo design, so the website design should extend that. See the style guide PDF attached below.
We asked the designer to mimic the color scheme & feel of this video --> https://vimeo.com/117890578 -- We want a SLIGHTLY less retro / more modern version of that. Like take one step in the direction of Tron: Legacy colors, with the purple-heavy color scheme.
Primary font must be Gotham.
Not 100% sure on the content for each page. We're primarily looking for a coherent look+feel that we can mix+match for various pages on our website, including an admin dashboard.
Feel free to be creative & think outside the box :)
1. Home page
2. Contact page
3. Token sale page
4. Blog / text page
5. Profile page - Like a web-based version of the simple driver profile halfway down the screen here - https://arcade.city/ - (That's from our app, and we'll have a web version with similar info, button to contact them, and a space to see driver's photos and reviews)
Bonus points if you remember the old purple/dark design from Heroku's website as of a few years ago, and can integrate any of that look+feel. :)