Getting into our new signup process : )
Some new things im trying:
• Incorporating photos to make things more friendly and fun
• offset icon placement (to not interrupt the flow if reading)
• Upward scrolling slides (reflected in the vertical pagination dots, and the down pointing arrow)
6 months ago
looking awesome man! (as always)
Looks solid! Does that circled arrow icon to the right look like it's floating in the middle of nowhere?
@Caleb Royce Lummer Wow thanks : )
@Ted Goas Maybe it'll look better one column to the left? I'll check ; )
Great stuff! Although I feel the icons on the boxes would look better centered above the text instead of by the side.
@Bruno Felicio I tried that but didn't like it : ) From a reading standpoint I don't want the eye to have to read a headline > adjust back to center > then go back left fot the body copy. Too clunky : /
I like the current way because you read the headline > see the icon to enforce the headline > then your eye can immediately start reading the body copy without realigning : )
We'll see how it works with some a/b testing ; )
by Bruno Felicio
Hope you don't mind me rebound. What about something like this?
6 months ago
Looks Great!!! Have you thought about eliminating the content boxes, making the chat, sign up and info icons very, very large with corresponsding text to the right of each icon? Maybe a splash of color on each icon to create contrast. Also, perhaps seperate the sign up (I think "sign up" is technically two words) box and move it downward a little and make bigger. Make it a true call to action like "Sign Up Now!!!" People love to be told what to do and when to do it...
@JC Neal no I have not thought about that
@Jed Bridges If you ever decide to do some A/B testing, might be worth a try...
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