What are team pages?
In short, this is where you show off your companies most valuable assets: your team of professionals who make it all possible! In today’s society transparency is a key factor when it comes to the relationship with the customers. By presenting the people behind the company you will increase transparency, and build trust. Since the goal here is to build a connection/trust with potential customers, using silly pictures that highlight each member’s personality will make the team more approachable.
Why are team pages important?
It is a double-edged sword. When done right it can serve as a client magnet, but done poorly will have the opposite effect. A low-quality team page can give a bad impression of the company. Because of this, it is important to go the extra mile and make this page stand out, show that you care. It is strongly advised to use only high-quality pictures or illustrations.
Illustrations or pictures?
Our most liked team pages, that may inspire you.
Ultranauts is special for us since they were kind enough to choose our
service when creating their team page. Here’s how it turned out!
6tematik went with a modern, colorful high contrast concept for their page.
Kota is using a double exposure effect. Two pictures in one, yet both can be
seen easily thanks to the contrasting color palette, and each moving
separately when hovering over them.
4. Advantix Digital
Advantix Digital chose to go with cartoon illustrations to stay on the fun side
of things. These are pretty realistic high-quality caricatures.
5. Digital Silk
Digital Silk is using high quality images, with the same color tone applied to the images. Simple and professional.
Lateral has to be mentioned here since they took the effort to take multiple
headshots for each member, which follows the cursor as you move it.
Akaru has a colorful and interactive page, with colorful elements floating around. The movement of these elements and the position of the images both change relative to the movement of the cursor making it fun and memorable.
Orkestra has an outstanding team page, the top displaying the entire team
in a delta formation, but by scrolling down you can find each member in a
with a formal photograph, but by hovering over with the cursor a more
casual photo is displayed revealing their personality.
Fcinq chose to display their team in interactive colorful bubbles. These bubbles push each other around when clicked and reveal the person’s name and job title.
Fishfinger is using fun moving illustrations, each employee is represented by a fish doing something characteristic to them.
Turn everyday pictures into wonderful cartoon avatars.