This pricing page is kickin my butt, any ideas?
over 1 year ago
I like it a lot Jed. Just as some input, I think some of the bonus points here are that you kept the price panels minimal and very clean. I've seen examples of pricing options that are very overwhelming, busy and cluttered. If the signup page shows the expanded options you get, I think then you are just fine here, but it may be something to consider to outline maybe the top 2 to 3 options?
Also will the icon groups under the pricing (tools/features) have tooltip hovers to show more about them?
Thanks Jason! I'll give that a shot : )
I plan in adding a "more details" button by the features. That will link to the full features page.
I appreciate the input! @Jason Kirtley
@Jed BridgesT he whole flow on this page is kind of jarring, because I'm not sure where to start. Do I put in my phone number to get started? Do I hit signup in the pricing? The features that are below the prices, how are they related?
I'm assuming you have some sort of reveal mechanism here, starting with the phone number, which is a good idea.
Here's my suggestion(s):
* Remove the iPhone, it doesn't really do anything for me if I'm price shopping.
* Overlay the prices over the map
* Shrink the copy on the non-recommended price points.
* Ditch the blue bar below the price points, this will help make the connection between the features and the plan. If the features change based on the plan, consider "opening" the bottom of the box to the features.
* Try a different Recommended banner, I would put it above PREMIUM.
That's what I got! :) Good luck!
@Ryan Katkov Thanks for the feedback!
This page can be really confusing without any context haha. This is step 2 of the overall process.
We actually already have the phone number at this point. based on the # we can determine the city and vertical of that business, then based on some magic the prices are dynamically generated.
Anyhow thanks I appreciate the comments : )
@Ryan Katkov also the iPhone will actually be populated with a live demo app : )
keyboard shortcuts: ← previous shot → next shot L or F like
Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
Copyright © 2009–2014 Dribbble LLC. All screenshots © their respective owners. Shipped from Salem, Mass. USA.