Second time we've hired and worked with Joao - always very responsive and great to work with - the designs speak for themselves.
Very attentive designer. Listened carefully to what I asked for. Was very quick to reply and the designs were of very high quality. Highly recommendable
He was very willing to make all the necessary adjustments to dial in the perfect design!
very talented designer
How ZeidSayel started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
86 Cycles is a custom motorcycle workshop and the first of its kind in the Middle East. We have a team of specialists in services, installations and repairs for our everyday customers; but we also have a team of world class bike builders creating one of a kind bike projects. Our website needs to be made more relevant to where we are now and to our future direction.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the web page?
I would like the website to reflect our brand and shop design. If you see our Instagram @86cycles or facebook page, you will get a lot of imagery of our design: concrete, corrugated sheets of steel, wood, and black. The look and feel needs to be industrial retro and clean. Focusing on imagery and video more than writing.
Home page: feature film and feature bike. Every few months we will need to update these to keep people coming to our website and engaged. Links to all pages from here and our social media handle. This page should have teaser links to what's currently going on with 86, the bikes we are building, our team our online shop, and a page about the show.
That also gives you an idea of the pages:
- Our Team
- Blog for Projects
- Parts & Merchandise (Online Shop)
- The 86 Show
- Contact & Media
How they are organized and titled I leave in the hands of th designer that takes this up! We want a kick ass website full of character and style.
What to avoid
No stereotypical biker stuff. We don't wear thick leathers, shoot flames or ride big chunky bikes. No red, no bike artwork (other than actual images), and no skulls for god's sake. Keep it simple and clean, let the images and content stand out while the theme and template is pleasing to the eye and easy to navigate.
Please go through our Instagram images and content as this is our most active front. Our current website is terrible and severely needs changes, please DO NOT draw any inspiration or data from the current website aside from obvious things. Even the section on "About Us" needs complete reworking and more focus on 86 Cycles as a shop and its style.