Thanks @Juan Arreguin and @Sebastian Sandqvist for your feedback, so I changed the list of people it's just symbolic as Sebastian said. Call to action is "play video" and the complete "name" issue solved by 1 word. But if you think about it, there is no one who would go on www.arounded.com and do not realize the name of the service :-)
6 months ago
Looks much better! There is still one issue, I think. In the top right, the cta is "List your car" -- but in order to do that, you need to submit your email address as it says at the bottom, correct? So... what exactly would that button do?
@Sebastian Sandqvist Nope there is a different protocol, because users can check your car faster instead of us checking you :-)
Gotcha. Perhaps that should be mentioned somewhere?
Yeah the current homepage makes me think that it's an airbnb service (mainly because of the huge airbnb name). I actually like how the current design throws what it is all about in your face. Which is nice. In the new design i'd have to read the fine print because the headline (everybody's "car icon") isn't clear enough. I think you would have already lost some people because it's not clear. And it's still not clear in this new design what the name of this startup is. There's a logo on the top, but i don't think that helps. The hard part about this startup is that you have to build a two-sided market. Nobody will use your service if nobody is renting out their car. It's a very hard problem to solve..especially since you can rent somebody's car and drive it to siberia. Not really, but there's a lot of legal implications. Anyways, i think a bold headline would be more powerful and straightforward - like "Rent out your car." Or something short like that. Play off the whole "why let your car sit in the garage when you can be making money." For sure mention the fully-insured part.
Just my 2c :)
4 months ago
Really nice look&feel
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