Third, final version of the landing page layout. We wanted to make it less “in your face” with the product and more emotional and engaging. Final copy fixes still need to be added, stock photos bought and we'll be finishing off illustrations for the points.
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28 days ago
@Christoph yeah, I've tested it with EyeQuant quite a lot to make sure it's converting quite well while not losing the integrity. So far I've also replaced the coffee shop background with bar stools and things like that.
Thanks for the feedback!
Love it! Aren't you afraid the buttons "for businesses" and "try it for free" are competing for attention with eachother? Perhaps the "for businesses" button like the "show code to staff" field in the app or something?
Love the design and agree on the emotional approach. I see that you have tested eyetracking - but have you considered A/B testing on the live page? I would test emotional vs the in your face approach live to find the one giving your higher conversion.
@Finge yes, of course, everything will be tested and measured both in the app and the website, I'm just a design contractor though, so I'm just helping them.
@Jasper testing so far shown that it's doing pretty well as far as attention goes. We had border-only designs before and it wasn't clear that it's a button to some less technical people.
Definitely conversions will increase with this one.
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Very nice work.
Love it, good job !
23 days ago
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