Building the Words Landingpage. What do think about the composition? I am trying to keep it simple and uncluttered...
PS: You should check out the fullscreen attachment.
PS 2: App Store Button heavily inspired by the awesome work of @Iskender Asanaliev. His button is just perfect.
almost 2 years ago
I think the amount of text is a bit too much in this draft - maybe change a bit into bullet points or explain the features with neat icons?
Still love the icon though! ;)
It's simple enough but the text is hard on the eyes I find. Too bold and the yellow disrupts too much. If you want to highlight that many words, I would suggest a softer color. Or keep the color but highlight less words.
And my former marketing self would say, you need a stronger call to action. But it's all work in progress, anyway I assume :-)
@Julie Ng Yes, it is in progress indeed. And you are right, there will be more call to action coming at the bottom of the page. But I am quite undecided on the amount of text and the way I describe the app. That's what's bothering me so far... And thanks for the feedback. Same applies to @Patrik Inzinger.
I think the amount of text below the fold is fine, what's missing is a one-sentence description ("library curated by you" isn't really saying much), something like "Sync and archive your Instapaper and Readability articles on Mac" at the top.
Also, the yellow highlight in the text is used too randomly. Why highlight the word "article"?
@Esad Hajdarevic Thanks for the feedback. The yellow highlights are indeed quite randomly at the moment :).
by Sven Read
At least, we launched the app today. Check out our landing page (http://www.newnet-soft.com/Words/) or download the app from the app store: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/words-app/id541687107?ls=1&mt=12.
Follow @thewordsapp to keep up date.
almost 2 years ago
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