We are going to be doing a little A/B testing. The A version can be seen Here
about 1 year ago
great job Bill, as ever!
A for me mate
Awesome work Bill. I love this version more with the 'Reach your goals' nice and clear. My only comment would be that the Sign up text below the form doesn't have as much punch as the other text, perhaps with it being close to the whiter part of the background image.
Lovely work! Do you mind telling me what font are you using on "Reach your goals"?
@Marcello Manso http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/hvdfonts/brandon-grotesque/
I'm torn I like the "reach your goals" tagline but the name "OpenCoach" nearly isn't as clear/prominent on this version so I'd have to go with A
Thank you, man!
a for me :)
I already spent all of my words on this... Again it's so nice.
Maybe consider removing the exclamation point from "REACH YOUR GOALS!" Two in a row like that feels a little heavy-handed.
A for me!
they are both great, but I like B
@Brian Good call on the type ;)
My bet would be that B will convert higher, it's all about the headline! Great work....again!
A really delivers the message and looks like a personal approach, B is less personal but more corperate
Hard choice! Both are well made.
Maybe "B"… more incisive headline.
But my advice is to start an A/B test with real audience.
We designers are too often influenced by "aesthetics". Doh! :)
@Blake Hicks I agree with the redundancy of the exclamation point.
Thanks for all of the input. I def agree @Blake that we need to remove the double exclamation point. Good call.
I actually like B a lot more because it has a succinct emotionally-engaging statement. A is much more implicit. Channeling the "dont make me think" mantra, I'd vote B.
Love it ! so clean :)
very nice :)
I agree with @David Browning 's mantra vote. B! Not sure about the arrow though. A version, points to Sign Up, which I get, a playful attention getter.... B version, it points down to the name. I am wondering if it doesn't take a way from the name? I am wondering what the negative space could do for highlighting the name? Both look fantastic mate. Very very nice!
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