Theodora is a wonderful designer and very attentive to detail. We look forward to working with her in the future.
Beautiful design and very responsive designer. Worked with us until our project was 110% to our liking/specifications. Would hire again.
Super gemacht, Alle Änderungswünsche wurden sehr schnell umgesetzt. Klasse! :-)
How Carter.buck started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We set up appointments for insurance agents to meet with their customers to cross-sell and upsell policies. Engagex Appointments is a subsidiary of The Engagex Corporation.
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're looking for a clean design that incorporates white space as well as utilizes our branded color scheme.
All on one page:
Section 1: We want the headline to say "Policy Review Appointment Setting for Insurance Agents". In the same header section below the headline we'd like to have a spot for an explainer video.
Section 2: We want to display statistics about Policy Review Meetings (E.g.- "Agents who conduct Policy Review Meetings write 72% more policies than those who don't". We have 3 total statements like this that we'd like to display, perhaps on a rotating basis.
Section 3: We would like to have a Service Description section that uses bullet points to describe our service with a button where they can sign up for service.
Section 4: We'd like to have a section that spotlights our Agent Portal, which is where agents sign in to manage their service. We'd like include an image of a computer that is displaying a screen shot of our portal. We'd also like bullet points for us to describe the portal features.
Section 5: We'd like this to be a blog section.
Section 6: We'd like this section to highlight our "Agency Thrive Program". This will include bullet points and an explainer video with a button to "Sign Up for Free".
Feel free to use the images that are uploaded (not necessary), or stock photos. Whatever looks best.