How Don.havas started their web page design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Sappristi will allow poker fans to easily organize home games (cash game or tournament). The audience ranges from beginners to advanced players. Visual identity, UX and differentiating features will be key.
Besides great UX, some features and backend algortihms will allow players to quickly and efficiently organize their home games.
The website will be free to use, english only and ideally responsive.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the web page?
We need to get rid of the usual poker room atmosphere. Clean design and super intuitive and strong UI/UX. Use of the site should be easy. We target modern browsers and will leverage CSS3, HTML5, JQuery. All existing poker sites are ugly and outdated and I want fresh air.
I like lobster font (but too many people use it), modern sites, graffitis, street art, new technologies, dribbble
- Home Page
Present the site, choose between cash and tournament, header with Facebook login
- Describe your poker set
Describe the number of chips (colors, values, etc.) or use preset/saved sets
- Configure your tournament /cash game
Configure the number of players, rebuys, duration, etc.
- Timer / clock
The poker tournament clock is automatically loaded with the blind structure you created. It is highly visual, the poker clock gives you vision of the upcoming blind levels
- Payout structure
Calculator / tool allowing to compute / display the payout structure (both tournaments and cash games)
What to avoid
Vegas style, heavy, not clear UI
I am finalizing a detailed specifications documents.