We've been rolling out some new things lately and this was one of them. Our newest homepage is now live for everyone.
Check it out at: http://myenergy.com
about 1 year ago
Damn you. Fyi, I notice I get the dotted outline around the slider buttons in Firefox.
@Bart Welt ah... dang it. Let that one slip, even though seeing it a long time ago.
@Josh Hemsley nice man. another winner :)
Makes me want to check my utilities more often. It seems like I can just grab the gift cards off the screen. Nice work.
Looks super clean and slick @Josh Hemsley
Bonus points on the fact that you guys give people alternate logins away from social media as well. Nothing annoys me more than forcing me to sign in to use a service with only a social media tie in option!
Very clean and simple Josh. Love it.
I've been following the process of the –rainbow– timeline on your previous shots for a while, it's gorgeous.
Solid work Hemsley! Been enjoyed the updated UI daily.
Looks beautiful -- nice work!
minor nit: you've got a little artifact to the top right of the Google logo in the connect button
Another high quality web page from Mr. @Josh Hemsley. Good job sir!
nice job :)
Love the use of Lato. I've been using that to wean myself off of Open Sans.
Looks great. Does it work for apartments too? I might check it out
Very creative as always!
Very clean look and love the blue gradient on the buttons. Minor bug, the Sign up/Login forms are missing the top border.
I love it as well, but I do have a couple small nitpicks :)
I find the controls for the slider pretty small. I would've added arrows on both sides, or maybe make the slider image itself clickable to go to the next slide.
Also in the first slide, why have a hover effect on avatars if they're not clickable? It's a little confusing.
Last thing, I wish the sign up button didn't look so much like the default Bootstrap button. Not that there's anything wrong with that button in itself, I'm just tired of seeing it everywhere on the web.
Really nice layout, man.
I like keeping the header firmly in place.
This is really nice Josh. Strong work!
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