The Sales Verification Company
We handle third-party verification for companies.
"TPV (third party verification) is a process of having an independent third party confirm that a customer is actually ordering a new service or product or requesting a change. The TPV provider asks customers (1) to identify themselves, (2) to identify the order details, and finally (3) to confirm if they are authorized to place the orders.
Companies such as long distance providers and telemarketing organizations are required by law to use a third party verification service while selling products or services over the phone."
The goal of the site is to create leads for the business.
The Sales Verifications tagline is: Reliable, Efficient, Responsible and Accurate
I want to use the existing site's color scheme but more white than the dark, black site that exists now.
Use a smaller version of his logo. (about 100px in height). Remove all the weird background images and replace with just a top header and one main image underneath where you can put headlines and a contact form.
Under that, you can fit content.
Background should be white, or have a basic light pattern.
Then add a lot more white space & brighten it up.
A strong focus on the "call to actions" (headlines that tell people to fill out the form or call) should be an important part of the design without looking too wild. Some of his clients are Fortune 500 businesses, and we need a bright, clean design but one that's just a couple notches above conservatism so it appeals to the corporate types.
Add a small contact form with name, email and phone for uses to find out more info and get a sales quote.
I like the color scheme on this site: Dark red gradient with the bright red and white.
Remove the translock section except for the last paragraph.
Give places to answer these questions (we'll put the answers)
1. Cost...what is your cost for Live TPV? What is your cost for Automated
2. How fast can I gain access to the data from the Live or Automated TPV
after the recording?
3. How do I gain access to the data after the Live or Automated TPV?
3. How many operators do you have and where are they located?
4. How long will it take to get me up and operational? What are your hours of service?
Common Complaints From Completed Projects:
1. Don't make the top of the page vibrant with color, and then forget about the rest of it and make it different greys.
2. The image should use gradients, brushes, fades to integrate it behind the form or video. The image should "pop out" of the box if possible.
3. Don't go too crazy with boxes. I dont want box with an image, with a box for a form, a box for a phone, a box for each heading, etc. You can achieve much of the same effect just using spacing correctly. I used boxes in my wireframe only to show you where things go. USE NEGATIVE SPACE - NOT BOXES WHEN POSSIBLE.
We really like how the images "pop" out of these sites. We love the use of a big image that uses gradients and colored brushes on top or around the picture to make room for the "call to action" (like "Call Us Now For an Appointment". Then use faded gradients around the image to integrate the heading and form for them to fill out. The images fill out the space. They are big.
If you read the following articles on "polish", "quality" and "negative space", we will love your design:
And Using negative space (see their demo):