Introducing an intuitive new design for the online academic composition provider MyEssayGeek.com. The company has several years of experience crafting academic papers on behalf of its student clientele. Much of what they do centers on the interaction between client and writer, and therefore the website must necessarily be up-to-date both in terms of fashion and functionality. This new rollout of the website displays best practices in both areas, and will have new and past clients excited to contract with them once again.
Already, MyEssayGeek.com is one of the top competitors in the online field of academic writing. They count hundreds of writers among their ranks who are vetted by an effective hiring process, and whose output is confirmed by a happy customer base. With the new look of the website, this service has reinvented itself as not only a company that holds dear the traditional values of individual customer attention, but the modern expectations of online usability. It’s important, after all, that digital properties with the purpose of client conversion fulfill client expectations, especially when the clientele is perpetually young.
The young and the restless customer base that defines a student clientele is hyper-aware of new design standards. A quick look at the principle landing pages at MyEssayGeek.com, and we can see that the most important information is readily available to users. The Call to Action buttons are well-placed, and draw us in to learn more. Once we start navigating to other areas of the website, we can quickly find out that the website will let us choose a writer before we contract them, and they’ll give us a 100% money-back guarantee as well. We can also read up on the writers, and the design makes the whole process of navigation intuitive and comfortable.
The website is a central factor for MyEssayGeek.com’s service. They set clients up with a single writer through their in-house platform. Naturally, a young student will expect only the most user-friendly, and indeed, mobile-friendly design. They meet these expectations, if not surpassing them, thanks to the new design. Where colors and tone are concerned, contrast is balanced while not sacrificing the benefits of modern color interplay. Language in descriptions and labeling is also readily understandable, which is important since they accept international orders—and we’re also glad to see that a key piece of information (native English-speaking writers) is apparent at first glance. The design draws the user to the elements that will help them understand what the company is, and how it will help them. Once the projects launch, the design is further helpful in making the experience familiar and accessible.