Trevor McKendrick got their new web page design by running a design contest:
Create a fun checkout process for Ticket Science!!
Check out Trevor McKendrick's Web page design contest…
Games & Recreational
We make ticketing software for race events (marathons, Tough Mudder, The Color Run, etc.) They use our registration system to sign up, track, and manage their customers. The users who will see these checkout pages (our customers customers) are generally 20-35 years old, tech savvy, and sometimes athletic. Our current site just has fillers. We want it to look fun, professional, and be awesome! IMPORTANT: The design should not be very opinionated. The header and footer are how we let our customers customize their checkout page, so everything else should work for as many people as possible
The most important thing is that the call to action must be extremely obvious. The call to action on each of the 3 pages is: 1. Select a ticket to purchase 2. Book ticket/complete order 3. Share promo code with friends
Page 1 – Event Description/Select Ticket (current version: https://trevor.ticketscience.com/events/1/tough-mudder-denver-2014) The page should have the following: - Easily modified custom Header/Footer CSS/HTML (we will change this for each of our customers) - Event Name - Date - Time - Address - Google Maps embed - Types of tickets with price, + a button to select that ticket - "Start Order" button - Place for image (see https://ticketcake.com/event/lgbtq-passover-seder/las-vegas/2014-04-16 for rough example size) - Description Page 2 – Checkout Page (current version: https://trevor.ticketscience.com/1/orders/new?utf8=%E2%9C%93&tickets%5B5k+Registration%5D=2&tickets%5BVolunteer%5D=2&commit=Start+Order) It should have the following: - Easily modified custom Header/Footer CSS/HTML - Event Name - Should only be ONE page. Don't want a multipage checkout form Should have the following sections with the corresponding fields: *About You* - name - email - shirtsize dropdown - phone # - gender dropdown - password *Event Info* - Select a team radio group - Wave time dropdown *Payment Info* - Promo code textfield - Card # textfield - Card CVC textfield - Expiration date drop downs *Order Summary* - # of each ticket with price per ticket - Fees - Total cost Page 3 – Success Page Needs to clearly communicate the following, by order of importance: 1 - "You're in!" or "Success!" or some other obvious headline showing the purchase was successful 2 - Share your affiliate code. For every friend that uses it, you BOTH save $10 on your order 3 - Check your email for event day details
What to avoid
IMPORTANT! Only one ticket can be purchased per checkout.
1. Below the custom footer will be another very small footer that says "Powered by Ticket Science – Create your own event for free" 2. Please see the attached files for decent examples of what I like and don't like. clean_checkout.jpg – *Love* this as a checkout form, but it has to be on ONE page success_page.jpg – I like the emphasis on the affiliate code, but the header is far too big. fb_checkout.jpg – If we go with a simple description page, I like this one but it needs some changes: custom footer/header, select buttons for each ticket instead of dropdowns, remove the FB comments, remove the videos. themed_checkout.jpg – I like this for an example of a more exciting and interesting description page. But it also needs major changes: ticket selection is far too down on the bottom, footer is way too big, needs select buttons instead of dropdowns for tickets, doesn't feel organized (i.e. i don't know where to go to get more info.)
$1,199 Silver package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Web page design starts at $599.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their web page design.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
Trevor McKendrick collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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