Raj incorporate our colors and logo as requested and worked super fast!
How info OvA started their web page design journey
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Compensation for delayed and cancelled flights
We helps you to assert your right to compensation as an air passenger. This is a legal right based on the European Union’s Regulation EC 261/2004. Whether you are travelling for business or pleasure, or whether your flight was delayed or cancelled, you are entitled to compensation. We are here to make sure it gets paid.*
We’ve made it quick and easy to find out how much you may be entitled to. The compensation calculator on our websites can assess in just a few seconds whether you are entitled.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the web page?
-> Open for all colors but think white & light blue combination will look good
-> the design has to feel trustworthy. It should give visitors the feeling that our service is legit
-> theme is travelling e.g can contain airplane illustration; frustrated passengers
-> I would prefer illustration over photography
Homepage: We want a big illustration with bullet points describing why the customer should choose us. The page should also have a box with two input field and call to action to "check compensation"
The compensation calucator: current version can be found on flugerstattung24.de Should have nice icons and guide the user throught multiple steps. For inspiration checkout the compensation calculator at http://flug-entschädigung.de/
content page: when the user wants to know more his rights, the can click on the menu on the homepage and will be redirected to his page. It will mainly contain text (ca. 400 words) described in details what the right of the visitor are. For inspiration check out http://www.euclaim.co.uk/flight-del…mpensation
The whole goal of the design should be focused on Call of Action. All we want is that the visitor enters his details and uses our compensation calculator.
Everything else should just guide the user to use the compensation calculator.