Safetynet Premium Home Inspections Website Design
Here are some of the main objectives we had for this project:
- Support online bookings
- Allow clients to view their inspection reports online
- Create a website that’s engaging and clear
- Increase social proof through Google reviews
When we first started this project, our top priority was to learn about the client and their specific needs. To do this, we scheduled a meeting with the client to discuss their services, goals, and any problems they were experiencing. This meeting gave us a better understanding of the client’s business and allowed us to start brainstorming ideas for the project. We also used this opportunity to get to know the client on a personal level, which helped us to build a strong working relationship. Overall, taking the time to learn about the client was essential for ensuring that we met their needs and expectations.
Wireframing the Flow
After meeting with the client and learning about their concerns, we started wireframing their website. We decided that 5 pages were all they needed. We wanted to keep the design clean and simple, so we focused on creating a strong hierarchy of information. The home page would feature a hero image and a brief overview of the client’s services; the subsequent pages would provide more detailed information. We also incorporated elements of the client’s brand identity into the design, using their logo, colors, and fonts to create a cohesive website.
Modernizing the Logo
When we were approached by the client to design and develop their website, we immediately saw the opportunity to give their new logo a modern look as well. After extensive research and analysis, we proposed a new logo design that we felt would reflect the client’s brand in a more updated and contemporary way. We wanted to deliver a logo that was minimal and easier on the eyes.
From Wireframe to High-Fidelity
This design was one of our favorites and we were thrilled with the final result. The wireframe was perfect, and the high-fidelity design came together quickly and easily. We merged the visual identity with the wireframes, and the end result was a beautiful, cohesive design that we loved. This is a great example of how effective wireframing can be in the design process. By getting the wireframes right, we were able to create a stunning final design with minimal effort. We’re proud of this design, and it’s definitely one of our favorites.