I'm rebounding the previous shot in order to show a bit bigger view of the feeling the design of this land page has. Feedback appreciated.
about 2 years ago
I think it's tough to judge without knowing what it really does.
I don't know if the copy is finalized but the word 'subscribe' kind of bothers me. What I gather from this is that this page is a coming soon page from the small text under the subscribe word. So maybe try using Get Notified, or Notify Me. The small text is actually tough to read so subscribe kind of leaves me wondering what really does this mean from a user's perspective? Am i subscribing to their newsletters, which i want nothing to do with, or is this something they are launching ... oh wait the small text says it's a launch. So maybe do something with small text to make it easier to read as well?
Also what if you tried moving the button to the right of the email input instead of on the left? I feel like it's on the wrong side or going against the norm.
If this site showcases images you might also want to see about maximizing the most real estate to show those off as well.
I might also be rambling on now ... good luck.
Yeah it all looks beautiful, But I have to agree with Ryan on some points. If the main focus is on sharing and discovering images then the big subscribe box is a distraction.
Would be nice, if like Dribbble for example, you are in discovery mode directly from the homepage, with no distractions. As I say though, looks very nice.
@Liam McKayGuys and @Ryan O. Hicks thanks a lot for the feedback. Well the design is still in the process and i have not yet finalized the layout and other things. The thing with the subscribe area is that this design is not the final Landing page, it is for the... lets call it alpha phase which is going to lance with only a few privileged users and other people will not be able to join yet, so the subscribe is very important in order to still get something from all the visitors and the interested users. That is the reason why i placed subscribe on the top, because my client wants this users not yet able to join the community to be notified when it launches. About the SUBSCRIBE word, @Ryan O. Hicks said maybe you are right will play around with different words, but at the end that is something my client will decide.
Oh yeh, that looks sweet bro!
Love the feel of this... Interesting you put the 'Subscribe' button before the textfield. It's not I don't like it, it's just not the standard. Do you have a reason for this or is it just for aesthetics? Also, the feature hero images look interesting. Would love to see this working live at some point. All in all, great work tho!
Great job, as the button on the left have to agree with @Ryan O. Hicks, and perhaps live letters smaller button to read, but no doubt a great job
wonderful balance of dark and light colors imo
Thanks a lot guys! :) The reason why i placed on the button on the left side is for the reason that, you read left to right, (you read that here you can subscribe, than enter your email -- ENTER) users are already familiar to do not take the mouse cursor and go to press the button, usually ENTER key is used, as it is used in touch devices. I understand that this might break some standards but in my point of view it might work also this way, that is also the reason why is big, the button and the form. Not saying that the other way is wrong, just experimenting with another solution.
@Justin Roberts @Andrey S. Rodrigues Check this article for the left search button http://uxmovement.com/forms/left-search-buttons-perform-faster-than-right-ones/
That subscribe is huge, why? :) also that headline down there :)
@Vasjen Katro Interesting article. But, respectfully, I think i disagree with it. Read through some of the comments and you might be on the same boat with me. While he brings up some good points and an interesting theory to test fully. Since the argument is in the comments we have no need to discuss it here, but thanks for the link it was a fun read!
shume e du kete!
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