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design issues


quartzy

Junior Member
#1
I am working with a charity an unpaid job of building a website, the problem I have is that the orgainisation wants to have two sections to it. With 2 logos, and I am not sure how to develop the website with this in mind. Really I would like them to have a main logo and from there I could branch of into two sections but they dont have one, do you think it would be ok for me to suggest this, or how else can I work around it?
 

Romack

Senior Member
#2
First thoughts would be a landing page that gives the option to go left or right.

Then keep the two page designs the same, just brand each one with their respective identities.
 

quartzy

Junior Member
#4
Thanks to you both, if it is a correct design solution, then I am not worried too much. I just thought that entry pages were to be discouraged in web development.
 

Romack

Senior Member
#5
I think an entry page is only irrelevant if it does not serve a purpose. When it comes to web, content is king, and your design serves to direct people to that content.

I think you'll be okay with that approach.
 

Nick M

Junior Member
#6
Personally I am not a fan of wasted landing pages - is one brand superior to the other or are they of equal importance?