We're a silicon valley startup launch several quirky websites. This is one of the first.
We're young guys, creating new and innovative web apps targeted at the internets crowd - web 2.0.
We are creating a website that allows you to track how much a meeting is going to cost based on who's attending, how big your company is, and how long it will take.
That in itself would be boring, but we're putting some really funny spins on it with graphics and our friend "Gulah" (see link below) who is the judge for determining if a meeting is worthy or not.
Target audience is young, tech savy, males aged 18-34 looking for funny stuff online. Guys that frequent sites like:
Techcrunch, Mashable, Gizmodo, Endgadget, icanhascheezburger, fmylife, awkwardfamilyphotos.
We are creating a website that allows you to track how much a meeting is going to cost. We're putting some really funny spins on it with graphics and our friend "Gulah" (see link below) who is the judge for determining if a meeting is worthy or not.
Please checkout the basic version of the working application here. Enter data in the fields to get through it and output the current "Payoff Page".
Here is what is required:
1 - Main page
***This page features "Gulah" on one side, and shows the fields that people can choose on the other. (see mainpage attachment for a rough sketch of design).
2 - Payoff page
***This is the page you see after clicking the "big red button" that contains a square image and some relevant data to the user (see payoff attachment).
3 - Pass Along Page
***Finally we need a HTML email template that looks very similar to the #2 Payoff page, just simplified down.
***This page will allow users to forward the results to friends via email, Facebook, and Twitter.
***Also note no character design work is needed. Gulah (featured on site) is already designed, ready to go.
Color style - "Gulah" is a bright green and turns to dark red when he's angry. Nothing overly specific in mind, we're flexible, just please know you'll have a bright green guy on the front so design around that.
We're looking for something fresh, fun, and cool, and something that fits with the overall "Gulah" cartoony character and graphics that we already have.