Intuitive navigation for clients/prospects to easily find what they are looking for. Our services/product list is very extensive and we would like people to be able to find what they are looking for with ease, so, beyond the menu bar, if there are some basic navigation features that can also be incorporated into the body of the of the homepage without making it too cluttered, that would be ideal.
It should be very apparent from our homepage WHAT we do, so space for a 1-2 paragraphs of text about us is something we would like to see. We would also like an easy to update place to highlight newer content much like on the kesaya site (http://www.kaseya.com/) in the "news" section, although we wouldn't want to limit it to just news. Really, a place to showcase our current content, as we have a pretty dedicated following of people who came to us to read our newsletter, view our webcasts, and see where we are speaking.
We will continue to work on what the menu bar/how it is organized, but we would like to see the design include ideas on placement, look, and feel of that menu, and include space for the 6 current headers we use (SOS Solutions, SOS Media, SOS Knowledgebase, About SOS, Jobs, Contact us). If there are any suggestions on different headers, or the thinking that more (or less) should be included, that would be great. (see notes on http://www.lek.com website below)
Make most info "above the fold"
Ultimately, we think that we can solve many issues by improving our menu navigation structure. However, if we can better incorporate a basic list of high level services (such as the ten listed on the left side of the "SOS_Solutions.pdf" attachment into the homepage itself) onto some space on the page itself, that may work to help us acheive our "easy-to-find what you are looking for" goal.
Small area for a search bar
Our internal page "template", these pages are text heavy. We would like to maintain our current, left side cookie crumb navigation, and also include:
Space for client testimonials
Space for links to additional, related content--help organizing them, make them "pop", whether by putting them in box or whatever you think will work.
Other than that, we are looking for great ideas, and a fresh look for our this page.