We like a structure very similar to the venture-staffing.com site that we listed as inspirational. With that in mind as a basic, but not strict, guide:
1. Homepage. Simple, visual design with a big title and headline, like "Recruitment and Talent Management Solutions for international contractors in Defense & Government, Aid & Development, Energy, and Construction." Links out to a page for Companies and one for Candidates.
2. Companies. Headline + a paragraph summary of our offering. Then add some graphic blocks that can expand into more information about specific offerings:
• Recruitment Consulting
• Recruitment Process Outsourcing
• Assessment and Selection Technology
3. Candidates. Again, headline + paragraph of summary text. Then some graphics or blocks that can expand or scroll down to show more details about:
• Our Process
• Executive & Management
• Technical Positions
4. About Us. Short, simple design combining 2-3 paragraphs of text with 8-10 bullet list points and a set of admin/contact details. I like the way on the venture-staffing.com site that the About Us is always at the bottom of every page if you keep scrolling rather than a standalone page that you must navigate to from other pages.
This page should be about the industry sectors we work in. We envision a graphical approach with graphics/images for each of the sectors listed below, and if you click on them they expand into more detailed information text (about 1-2 paragraphs). Sectors to list are:
• Defense and Government Contracting
• Aid and Development
• Security Services
• Infrastructure, Construction