Our Web Analytics Manager Karen noticed from the web data that most of the visitors to our website are Small Business Owners. To answer that, we’d like to create a solution page to help them find out what are our key offering to each of their needs.
Therefore, the objective of this project is to guide small business owners to the products they need, so that they can get started with Salesforce more quickly and easily. This is a great showcase of marketing our “solutions” other than “products”, which is more attractive and relevant to our audience.
Earlier last month, one of my friends, Lingfeng, an NUS graduated engineer approached me with several of his projects that need my help. At first he told me about his smart parking system which has already won Hackathon prizes before (which I will write separately about). And this time round he hoped that I could join the team for another Hackathon, Climate Innovation Challenge, which aims to promote innovative, cost-effective green solutions that safeguard our environment.
To align with that, our project was to propose an energy self-sufficient building. The concept of the project was to innovate a new way when we build the foundation piles of the buildings, and using the temperature difference between the core soil (20-40 metres deep) and the hot air reflected on the surface to generate power that’s enough to sustain the whole building.
In Feb 2016, I’ve got an opportunity to work on an interesting project – an Agenda page for Salesforce’s World Tour Melbourne. The marketers would like the page to represent a “Perfect Day” for each of the 6 streams – “Sales”, “Marketing”, “Service” etc., and the functionality for the users to click each of the breakout sessions to read more about that session. Instead of creating a single page of each of the Perfect Days, our team decided to leverage the current “Agenda” page and add a “Filter” function to it, and I’ll be coding the page so that we have a beautiful and user-friendly web experience for the visitors to view that perfect day on a single page. View the live page here >
My responsibilities and requirements of this project were:
Mens Apparel online shopping site Photoshop design
The client approached me for his own Mens apparel online shopping business. We’ve been talking about this for a long time and he really needs my 100% effort on this. I would love to as well as it’s an exciting project to work on. I was thinking about a clean/neat, user-friendly interface at the beginning, something like this.
I was cooperating with Tania Chew from Word of Art on this project and she’s the one who manages the content and liaised with the client. Thanks her for her good work so I can concentrate on working at the design and development of the theme.
Actually the final design is quite different than my original ideas and the client wanted it this way (tangled man etc), and added in so many stuffs at the end, such as the top right area which looks kinda crowded. Well, I think every designer will learn (in their own way) that client is always right 🙂
The whole process of the designing and developing this website is like the breeze. Perhaps it’s because of the fact that the client is a fashion designer, so it’s easier to communicate on the concept of the website, especially on the aesthetic aspect. I hope everyone enjoys the homepage jQuery header effects as I do.
The project is to design a logo and website for Deviet website – an online shop which sales Vietnamese coffee beans.
Nothing too technical here. I created the logo using Adobe Illustrator and the web pages using Adobe Photoshop.
This is a great opportunity to work with Savant Degrees. I enjoy working with them very much. It’s always a pleasure to find someone who actually listen to you and also respond to you in time, who know how thinks work and most importantly – who respect you. Hopefully this project opens a door for any future cooperation opportunities between them and me.