Hello - I need a homepage and a subpage template. The site sections are: For Employers, For Moms, About, FAQ, Blog, and Contact
Feel free to get creative and out of the box.
I am looking for your creativity to come up with a very well designed layout. If I had to do it myself, here's what I would do on the homepage: A thin dark bar at the top with the About, FAQ, Blog, and Contact links in the top right small. They are present, but not where we really want people to go. Then, the next horizontal area would be 2-3x the height and this would be a lighter background that contains the logo on the left and on the right the For Employers, For Moms links as well as a Get Started button prominent and larger than the text on the top bar. The next horizontal section would have the main image - full bleed - as well as some tag line like "Compete Your Team" as well as a button call to action that says Get Started. The next section is divided into three columns that show the features of our service. Each is headed by a glyph in a circle symbolizing the the feature. The three features are agility, world class skills, and cost effective. There will be some text under each. Under that will be 3-4 testimonials with one being displayed at a time auto scrolling to the next. It's not in my sketch, but the Get Started button needs to again be shown somewhere towards the end of the page maybe at the end of the features or testimonials section. The bottom will be the footer and will have three columns: Tag line and learn more link, Company Blog and recent posts, and the contact info with social media icons. Please see the attached sketch. At the end of the day, we want someone to click on Get Started or if they are not ready to get started then the next best thing is for them to click on For Employer or For Moms to learn which is why they are a bit more prominent.
Clicking on the Get Started button brings up a modal dialog with two columns like the join button on themomproject.com: For Employers and For Moms. Each column has its own further button which is a call to action.
The subpage design is simply the header, footer and some style guidelines for text and headings for say a blog or other content page.
Again, this is my first pass at what's needed, I'd love to see what you come up with using your own interpretation on this.