Design - Help an App Promotion Service with a New Website Design
Organization name PushSubmit Description of the organization and its target audience PushSubmit is a self-service app promotion site, that pulls information directly from the app store and allows users to push it out to the realm of app review sites at the push of a button. PushSubmit also offers an array of premium PR packages to serve as a one-stop shop for independent developers looking to promote their apps. PushSubmit's primary target is independent developers and small development shops, however also has the resources needed to suite larger development shops and agencies. Industry Technology Existing website to reference www.pushsubmit.com Number of pages needed 3 Page descriptions Homepage: The main goal of this page is to entice users to enter their information and proceed to purchase. We also want to use the real estate of the homepage to show our personality. Homepage - Information: The goal of this page is to showcase additional content and the value proposition of the service. Leaving the content and copy of this page as just a body paragraph is not acceptable. We'd like to use graphics to help organize the three major sections of text, like pseudo infographics. On the wireframes uploaded with this brief, feel free to venture from the UI it shows. That was just a representation, but we're not attached to that in any way. Information Submission Page - We particularly need help designing this page because of the amount of information fields. In order to cut the steps of the registration process down, we're choosing to process all of it in one screen. All of the fields that address basic app information will be pre-populated from the actual app store, and the remaining fields will need to be filled by the user. In the end, this is the information that will be sent out to the app review sites as a part of our service. The look and feel of the Information Submission page should be simple, and encourage the user to proceed to the next page (payment). Although there is a lot of information to process, we don't want the user to feel overwhelmed. Style/theme ideas for the website It should play off of the "push" action of our logo, but otherwise we're pretty open to new style ideas and even new color combos. What to avoid Too many graphic references, and overly complicated design. We want it to be simple, yet be Web2.0. Inspirational websites www.moably.com The general structure of the site, and it's personality. www.appshout.com They're our biggest competitor, so we felt it important to include. We love how clean and simple the generally look and feel is. www.appannie.com How they're able to organize all of their content. Notes None specified.
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