How Timrek45 started their web page design journey
Looking for web design that contains drop down menus (several) across the upper midsection of the page. See the current website at ntcps.com for a sample. We are not thrilled with the flash menus but do like the moving water flash at the top. Also see the website at cmamanagement.com for a sample of how we would like to have the look and feel of the site. Just raised the prize too.
Commercial Pools Services LLC
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Drop Headings could consist of: HOME, ABOUT US, SERVICES, CUSTOMER SERVICE, FAQS, INDUSTRY NEWS, BE INFORMED, CAREERS, CONTACT US. We would like the ability to edit drop downs as needed to accomodate change. Not sure we need scrolling information. There should be a login space for employess and costomers. One login. for one backend application shared by both. Also a separate contact page for the public. Will need a home page and secondary page.
The company has been around since 2006 and offers services to HOA's, Apartments, Municipalities, Schools Fitness Clubs and other places with commercial pools. Staff members are CPO (Certified Pool Operators) with dive certifications for working underwater as well. The company is a member of the National Swimming Pool Foundation, Professional Pool Operators of America, Association of Pool and Spa Professionals, Texas Rereation & Park Society, Texas Public Pool Council and Community Assiciations Institute.
- Item 1... - Tag Line: One budget, One Price, One Provider!
- Color schemes we are flexible on, Light blues something similar to the CMA website but not a duplication of of it Should be pool oriented, have a clean look and no unecessary "gobbeldy gook" if that's a word.
- Item 1...no cheesy sloppy stuff, This should be a clean looking corporate site that conveys a strong image of Commercial pool services and professionalism. No backyard pools will be served by us. Pool service websites are known for being cheap looking and half baked. We do not want that. It should convey a professionalism.