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.
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.
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?