Scott Dennison ran a coded website contest and chose a winning design they loved.
We need a look that "sells" visitors to our site on accepting a 30 day trial to our VideoPaste service, which is the easiest way to add flash video to your website.
The easiest way to add video to your website
Desired Color Scheme:
consistent with logo
Web 2.0 - very clean - emphasis on most wanted response which is a 30 day trial of our product
Accepted File Formats:
External CSS, no tables, all divs, .jpg/.gif
KeyThing.com, which makes and sells VideoPaste has been in business about one year. We are moving into phase two of our marketing efforts and now need to convert site visitors into trial subscribers of our VideoPaste service.
My CTO will require a design that features external CSS and has no tables and all divs. We will retain the existing logo, but all other elements are in play. Colors should work with those in the logo.
VideoPaste is the easiest way to add high-impact flash video to your website. Our service works to convert video from virtually any camera into flash without any technical knowledge. Simply shoot the video, select and submit it with our system, it is returned as a single line of code that is then pasted into the webpage.
The video is fully hosted, with generous bandwidth allowances for a low price of $39.95/mo.
Our system also includes at no additional charge our revolutionary "immediate proof" product, which makes adding video testimonials so easy a kid can do it.
The page will need to be designed for web 2.0, effective optimization in search engines, and of course prominently feature a "demo" video (provided). Also, video testimonials should be featured near the bottom.
Additional items featured on this page will be graphics directing visitors to:
a) grab our free report about online video
b) check out our blog or podcasts
Most important will be the emphasis on getting visitors to register for the 30 day trial which is $1 and completely without risk.
I look forward to seeing what you come up with.