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    Hi guys,

    About 2 months ago a company in The Netherlands asked me to design a salespage for their new product. I’m almost done with the design, I already converted the design to HTML. But I’m pretty sure that there is still a lot to improve. I really want to make a good impression to this client because I know there is a lot more work to do.

    What I had in mind when I started with the design:

    • The first impression should give a short overview of the product
    • There should be a CTA (Call To Action) above default
    • Things should be clean
    • Not too much text
    • Guiding design with a step by step process
    • Building trust with testimonials and trusted logos


    I really appreciate if a few good designers can give me a few tips to improve my design and make it better!

    Also open to better CSS solutions.

    Thank you guys!



    I think it looks really good! On thing I noticed right off the bat though was that the font was way too thin. I think Raleway is more suited for larger text and you’d be better off going for a font designed specifically for paragraphs. I do agree with what Ed said about the underlining, and also (really nitpicking here) the “order now” buttons at the bottom of the page aren’t aligned vertically with each other and it looks a little unpolished. But overall I really like the design and with these few tweaks I think it will be great!

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