Very skilled designer. Lightning fast. Highly recommend! A pleasure to work with.
Very pleased with the quality of work. Worked with this designer again as have been very happy with the work completed so far.
This email design and testing project was completed with excellent communication and adjustments as they were required.
- SkyPark Steve
I really enjoyed working with Akashganga. He paid attention to detail and communication was excellent! I highly recommend this artist! Thanks again Akashganga!
Ana is one of the best people that I have worked with on 99designs. She is professional, hardworking and a joy to work with.
She is a talented designer with many years of experience behind her.
I highly recommend Ana to an anyone look to work with such a talent as her.
How Winston Wolfe Media started their landing page design journey
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
http://www.TheNationalPetRecoveryNetwork.com (Site Not Up) is going to drive pet lovers to go to a participating veterinarian in our network to have photos taken of their pets and document height, weight and chip information if any. TOTALLY FREE OF CHARGE. Pictures can only be taken at participating Veterinarian. In the event the animal is lost or stolen our network will email a photo of the pet to 100,000 certified pet owners within a 7 to 10 mile radius of the last known location of the pet. The network will offer a $1000 reward for the safe return to one of our participating veterinarians. Where the veterinarian will examine and identify the pet and reunite the owner and pet.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Animal & Pet
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the landing page?
not sure need idea's
Elements to include in the landing page
Posters on tree’s, mailboxes and supermarket bulletin boards don’t work we will use the power of our certified pet owner data base and call out the search party of 100,000 people. Think Amber Alert
Think for the creative a child sitting on their front porch devastated by the loss of their best friend posters in one hand and a leash in the other. Maybe a senior citizen without their comfort animal or spike the biker crying looking for his teacup poodle or even a marine and his missing bulldog.