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design issues

Discussion in 'Website Design Forum:' started by quartzy, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. quartzy

    quartzy Junior Member

    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?
  2. Romack

    Romack Senior Member

    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.
  3. BenJonesDesign

    BenJonesDesign Active Member

    exactly my thoughts Romack, nothing to add :)
  4. quartzy

    quartzy Junior Member

    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.
  5. Romack

    Romack Senior Member

    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.
  6. Nick M

    Nick M Junior Member

    Personally I am not a fan of wasted landing pages - is one brand superior to the other or are they of equal importance?
  7. Sunburn

    Sunburn Active Member

    I think the overall design should accommodate for the 2 options, rather than a splash screen. A good example on how this has been achieved is Online Advertising Marketplace | here you can either buy or sell adds and the home page communicates those options very well imho.


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