HomePage: Should introduce our company and main product - Chinaware (Perhaps a nice flash gallery of our products) - Connect to Twitter?
Content Pages: Same constant design - basic coding - clean, modern, easy to read
THE COMPANY- Info on our background, experience, mission etc..
INSPIRATION - Links to 25 of our top and most respectable clients (top restaurants, hotels, golf courses etc..) plus other webpages that we want to promote
- Perhaps a small flash gallery of culinary creations using our products.
CONTACT: Basic contact page to include:
-A summary of our company
-Sales Rep Contacts:
-Contact Form (Name, Email, Company etc....)
Product Page (Quote Page):
This is the whole "guts" of our website. The main difference between a regular shopping cart page and what I am looking for is to showcase our product but with no pricing. We are direct importers and distributors so we have different pricing for different regions/clients etc..
I want clients to browse the page click on a product they are interested in and "inquire" about the products they have chosen.
As they brown different products they can inquire about several items. All the "inquired" products are put in a list and shown to the client to review when the client clicks the "Inquiry List" button. Here the client can choose specific quantities and fill our the contact form.
Here is in example of what one of our competitors is doing:
- This is my concept - Please feel free to present your idea/concept. I would like to keep it as simple and user friendly as possible and just make sure it works !!
We want our clients to be able to browse our products with ease and simplicity. Seeing our products in a gallery setting with appropriate info (CODE, Description, CASE SIZE) and then having the option to enlarge the photo.
Sub Categories in Product Page:
Appetizer & Dessert
Sides & Unique
- Also Have Links to Download brochures in PDF Format
- I would like to be able to do all the data entry myself as I know the product well and also be able to easily update/change the products myself. Totally open to options from the designers/coding partners in regards to the CMS that works best for this.