LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
We are developing an online networking site to serve the Material Handling Industry.
Our website will be a central destination where material handling buyers, sellers, manufacturers, project managers, installers, equipment providers, consultants and influencers in todays supply chain & logistics industry can connect.
The WarehouseCrowd website will be a searchable database of material handling providers as well as a place to read industry news, participate in discussions and list classified ads relevant to our industry.
We want to be fun, entertaining to read, easy to navigate, and include a lot of info without looking too busy or overwhelming. We don't want to look to "industrial."
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
A logo (to be used on website, all stationary, business cards, etc) and a website design.
Website to include:
I uploaded a page with everything we want to see on it.
I don't want it to look like this...it's easier to place it all on one page rather than list it.
I uploaded the logo's to use as examples of featured advertisers.
We'd like the logo to have a description of their field ....
Base - Manufacturing
ECI - Engineering
Meyer Material Handling - Distributor
Coltyn Enterprises - Sales & Installation (on this logo...cut off the bottom part with the website and phone #...I don't have the logo saved on this computer to send)
Swift - Transport
Gross Associates - Consulting (use only the logo part not the entire picture)
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
1)Material Handling Industry Sellers: manufacturing, distribution, logistics, assembly, warehousing, information technology, engineering, project management, etc.
2)Buyers looking to purchase material handling services and products.
We want to be the place to go on the web for the material handling industry.
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
We want the design to be the full web page (example : www.mediabistro.com) not just a block or space on the page (example of what not to look like: www.rebsteel.com).
We don't want it to look like mediabistro.com...just using it as an example for the way they use the entire page.
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