Feedback for a site for feedback
# October 31, 2013 at 11:44 pm
I’ve built a site that allows CTOs, CEO’s, designers and developers to receive weekly feedback about the design, copy and the usability of their website.
As a website evolves, it’s imperative that you continually receive feedback (and incorporate that feedback!) from average users to ensure that the changes you’re making are creating a positive experience.
I’d love to get feedback on my beta signup page if anyone has time.
Jim# October 31, 2013 at 11:59 pm
This is a good sign up page overall. Only a few details though. One, the three distinctive words colors on the point of emphasize could be changed to a brighter version of those colors. Since the background color is dark in those area, the words could be a minutely difficult to read for the viewer. Enhance the readability by brightening up those colors. Second, same goes for the word “free” down at the bottom right . The background is dark and the text color is on the darker side. It gets lost there, brightening it up will do the trick.
g+: http://goo.gl/uA1xTy# November 4, 2013 at 8:57 am
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I wish that the text (both in the top left & bottom right) had more padding around it. I don’t like how it’s up against the edge of my screen.
Also, the font in the sign up form is a serif face, which is the only serif text on the page. I think it should be sans-serif, in keeping with everything else.
Finally, as NSDCard5 states, you seem to have some problems when the window is resized down.# November 4, 2013 at 10:16 am
As Ed says (while incorrectly stating my username- I forgive you), there’s an extreme lack of padding everywhere. Also, the text on the top needs a larger line-height; the text is too squished together. Also, after submitting the form, the “thank you” text appears too suddenly. Maybe a slight fade-in or slide-in animation?
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