Designing Our Facebook Page Welcome Tab
Now Mel knows that if you give clients options to choose from, they're more likely to approve your work. So he sent us three designs to choose from.
I liked the bright vibrant background and how the design subtly draws your eyes upwards. But it seemed a little too sales-y to me, and I wanted the design to say much more clearly that we want the user to like our page.
Nice graphic, and the blue also echoes the colors in our logo. I like the serenity in this one and the fact that it conveys how easy it is to work with us. It would be a great print ad, I think. But asking you to work with us isn't the same as asking you to like our page.
If you have seen our Facebook page, you know already which one won out. Kelly and I both liked this one best (and as we've said before, it's a special day when that happens!) The message is obvious and simple, the colors are warm and vibrant, and the design is an artistic interpretation of our logo.
But we aren't easy to please: I nit-picked that the background was a little too busy and the arrows pointing upwards weren't obvious enough; Kelly and I both felt that the text on the gray background wasn't easy to read. W
e both liked this last design though, and felt it could work with a little modification. Kelly had an idea of how it could be simpler and cleaner, and she made a rough sketch and sent it to Mel.