Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by shaitaan, Jul 27, 2009.
looks a little plain like it's missing something
use the font from and include the first couple sentences from the old one.
Very good, stat your value proposition and what they can do very clearly and rid the clutter, looks like you hit that exactly. As always, test variances
The call to action is stronger but it does look like it's missing something.
hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. i wonder what i'm missing
I'll be M/V testing though with website optimizer
The shadow around the screenshots looks weird. Try to get better screens
I would keep the ZDNet review (credibility), but I like how there is the big download button. Good stuff
fuckin vista Aero adds that good point though
the old one looks more prof
While it would be redundant to use the banner you made in the screenshot as well, I think it would it add legitimacy if it were of the actual try it/buy it buttons. 'Fuck yes, this shit is so good at web graphics that we use it ourselves!'
short but interesting read here: http://carsonified.com/blog/business/how-to-increase-sign-ups-by-200-percent/
your site takes forever to load man...
i like the old one better, but use the new button on the right with the recommendation from that blog post intrktevo posted.
i know, it's that jquery carousel im stripping that out....
use a cooler graphic in your example header. Not just "Hello" and some weak gradient.
No one wants to buy software that takes their website back in time 10 years.
ok, so following up on this - I ran both using Website Optimizer, and the new one did 26% WORSE than the old one
go figure. Website Optimizer ftw.
put the zdnet review over the screenshots on the new one
Nice boobies, dumpy dooby
Try adding a greyscale logo for the product (or anything else that you think might work) with low opacity/fill under the text on the left side.
The plainness is from that.
NO ONE ASKED YOU FAGGOT.
you're never online bro