We are a site promoting Harry Flournoy for public appearances and speaking events. We want to target all organizations (businesses/corporate, military, educational, athletics & youth groups), not just basketball enthusiasts. He is a recent recipient of the 2007 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, NCAA Basketball Champion 1966, Cover of Sports Illustrated, ESPY Awards Winner for the movie â€œGlory Roadâ€. Our current site simple template provided by the web-host and it lacks anything fantastic or creative about it, so we're looking for something...fantastic and creative. Eye Catching. Your creativity would be appreciated.
Harry Flournoy, Empowerment Speaker & Leadership Strategist
Desired Color Scheme:
Open to ideas - colorful and creativity a BIG PLUS
Accepted File Formats:
Standard Web Formats (.jpg, .gif or .png)
Keep in mind, he is currently a motivational speaker and makes event appearances. We would like to see something artsy or a rustic design. Maybe something that shows a basketball stadium or we would be open with ultra classy and/or exquisitely modern. We would like to see as many styles as possible to determine a direction. We want interested visitors to feel compelled to contact us. The page should be bright and reflect Mr. Flournoyâ€™s maturity, so if you want to include young action figures, keep them small or to a minimum.
Referencing the movie Glory Road would be great as well as him on the cover of Sports Illustrated. He is a recipient of many awards and has been interviewed on several television and radio shows.
Awards include: NCAA Basketball Championship 1966, while at UTEP (Texas Western back then); ESPY Award Recipient for "Glory Road"; Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinement 9/2007; on Cover of Sports Illustrated; Countless interviews and international speeches.
Currently his site is: http://www.harryflournoy.com where a template was used and not nearly as effective or attractive as we know designers here can produce. Another sample that was built could be seen at http://www.preipopicks.com. Perhaps browsing thru both websites and each link on the navigation bar to get ideas for a direction
Also, here is a link to some photos: http://www.harryflournoy.com/id19.htmlÂ