One Love For All Web Page
OneLove For All Web Page
MotherTeresa once said: "We do not need guns and bombs to destroy theworld in pursuit of peace. All we need to do is come together, loveone another, and bring that joy, that peace, that strength of thepresence of each other in the home" (Lance 70). The loveone anotherfragment of this prudent maxim is the cornerstone of my product,which is essentially a service. It is a web page that goes by thename OneLove For All,dedicated to helping immigrants gain access to all the informationthey need to comfortably resettle in America. My main target group isimmigrants, not forgetting emergency service providers, andinterested scholars alike. Hope is a fragile seed that I hope myservice will cultivate in the members and visitors of my web pagebecause the scars immigrants bear are roadmaps to our souls.
Well,the first outstanding thing about the internet page is its visuallyappealing multicolored scheme that blends well like drops of brightdewdrops meeting in the petals of a rose flower. Since our eyes arethe windows to our soul, the people that will visit the page will golike "whoa." The dominant color is opalescent blue,continuously changing a two-tone shade of vibrant blue. I have chosenthis color because as Becker notes: "Blue is a color of peace,order, loyalty, and trust" (161). It is not surprising thatFacebook, the world`s most famous application, has blue as its pages`color because it signifies an application built on peace, trust, andorder.
Thesecond color present on the site is flaming white. The title OneLove For Alland other words will stick out like sore thumbs when written inwhite. Since words are the weapons with which we will reach out toour audience, white is the best color to make the scripts on my webpage as clear as crystal. The other color is splashes of orange,which I have chosen for its “close association with fun” (West184). What’s more, orange has the ability to make other parts ofthe website as bold as brass. I would love the members and visitorsof OneLove For Allto hum as they fizz over the contents of the page. Orange is thecolor that differentiates the legal, health, testimonials, ask me,and contact us controls.
Aclick of the legal button links a user to the different channelsthrough which he or she can gain access to legal support. Here,immigrants can find enthusiastic legal officers who will always makethem feel as welcome as skunks at a lawn party to my scintillatingwebsite as they help them iron out their legal concerns. The otherchunk marked by orange is the health control. Tapping on thiscontrol, the users are directed to another sub-page that has residentvolunteer medical professionals and international humanitarianorganizations on board to assure the fiddle-fitness of my site`s maintarget group.
Asdifferent as chalk is from cheese, testimonials are alsodifferentiated by the third orange touch. Here, pictures, videos, andstories of immigrants before and after seeking for assistance throughthe web page are clearly highlighted. The whooshing photo and videoillustrations are splattered in the background of the testimonialspage, with soft instrumental renaissance music chiming to create amellow mood. The gentle and soft music coupled with touchingillustrations is meant to make the site`s members and visitors swellwith a sea of emotions and tears. Considering that laughter is themusic of the soul, the after pictures and video clips depictimmigrants smiling as an indication of basking in the sun of peaceand tranquility.
Theother orange part is the ask me control. In this fragment of the webpage, fragile-hearted immigrants can ask resident experts indifferent fields as well as other immigrants that have successfullyresettled in the U.S. pertinent questions relating to how they canjingle their ways into prosperous settling themselves. As aninteractive segment, this part is vibrant and invigorating to ensurethat my target group is as happy as a clam owing to the extensivelevel of support they can get with the push of just one computerizedbutton. The last orange control is the contact us button. Since weare all shadows of the wall of time, this button gives immigrants thechance to invigorate their spirits by providing them a goldenopportunity, which is as rare as a hen`s teeth, to have someone theycan talk to whenever they have an issue as hot as an iron box. Thehope of immigrants is a fragile seed, so contacting us is the flowerto which they are the bees. The words of our team are the chains oflead that can help immigrants overcome the hurdle of resetting in theU.S.
Theweb page I will compare and contrast with OneLove For Allis www.refugees.org.The first striking similarity is that exactly like my product, theweb page also has video and still image illustrations depicting thebefore and after statuses of the immigrants they have helped resettlein America. However, the web page only has these pictures on thehomepage, whereas OneLove For Allfeatures them on the homepage and the testimonials segment. Thesecond conspicuous similarity is that www.refugees.orgfeatures blue and white as its predominant colors which are the sameas my webpage`s. Nevertheless, www.refugees.orgis different from OneLove For Allbecause it has slightly different controls. My web page has thetestimonials, legal, health, and ask me buttons whereaswww.refugees.orghas none of them. On the contrary, www.refugees.orghas the donate, explore the issues, and get involved buttons that areclearly not featured on my web page.
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Larsen,Lance. "Mother Teresa This, Mother Teresa That."Ploughshares42.4 (2016): 70. Web. 3 Apr. 2017.
West,Adrian W. "Positioning Elements on a Web Page." PracticalWeb Design for Absolute Beginners(2016): 183-93. Web. 3 Apr. 2017.
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