As we mentioned above, we want to create a single long-page site, so the site will have only one page that users scroll down on. We have attached some preliminary wireframes that show how we'd like to organize the website; hopefully they will be a good starting point for your work. Additionally, we have also attached a Word document with a starting point for the copy we'd like to include, as well as some stylistic and UI suggestions. Hope they prove helpful! Definitely take it as a guide, but feel free to give it your spin if you feel you can improve the copy and general design - we want you to put your stamp into this as well.
Regarding the different sections of the page, we imagine a number of distinct sections:
1) Nav bar. We want to have a persistent nav bar at the top, with the Mexico Industries icon, a Nav button (this can take the shape of a button with three horizontal lines, like you see on mobile apps), a language selector (for English or Spanish), and a contact link for prospective clients and partners.
2) Header. Here we want to have a hero image (perhaps a bit blurred over with a translucent mask) with the company logo, its tagline and a quick blurb about the company.
3) Quote. We want to include a quote section here, where we'll rotate in different quotes about entrepreneurship. The Word document contains examples of the various quotes we'd like to include.
4) Intro to Mexico Industries. This section will describe the company in a bit more detail, and will describe our two main business lines: Mexico Industries Advisors and Mexico Industries Ventures.
5) Mexico Indsutries Advisors. This section will provide an overview of our Advisory business, and describe the type of work that we do across the 3 main Advisory business lines: A) Strategy consulting, B) Local-market advisory, and C) Business development. This section also includes a listing of the industries we cover, and lists out various clients and partners of ours. When listing out all our clients, we'd love to arrange their logos in a sort of grid, like the Scout Ventures example we talked about earlier. We've attached a zipfile with the logos for these various companies.
6) Mexico Industries Ventures. This section will provide an overview of our Ventures arm, and describe the types of companies we look for, our investment approach, industries we're interested in, and general innovation-related themes we're on the lookout for. Additionally, it will list out the various startups our company has incubated and invested in. We've attached a zipfile with the logos for these various companies.
7) Our founders. This section will have a photo of our two founders, as well as their titles and tell their stories and specialties.
8) Our advisors. This section should be a carousel with the photo, name and title of the various members of our company's advisory board.
9) Client testimonials. For this section, we want to have a photo of the client, along with their company and title, and a speech bubble next to them containing the testimonial. We don't have the testimonials ready yet, so for the purposes of this exercise let's use placeholders.
10) In the press. This section should be a carousel containing the logos of various media publications that have written press articles about our companies. We've attached a zipfile with the logos for these various publications.
11) Contact box. We also want to include a Contact section where prospective clients can get in touch with us. We want to include a series of buttons that will allow users to select what they're contacting us for (e.g. consulting services, investment, etc), and a few boxes where they can input their name, company, title, email address, and a short message.
12) Map. We also want to include a map box that shows the location of our office. You can find the exact address in the Word document.
13) Footer. This would be a standard footer, with links to the various sections of the page, etc.
That's it! Hope this makes sense. Check out the wireframes and the copy document so you get an even more clear understanding of what we're looking for.