I am no designer, nor am I pretending to be one.
This is why I am kindly reaching out the community for feedback.
In this landing page I made I feel there are lots of things wrong it, and hence it is difficult for me to convey my message quickly.
I figure the best test would be to approach a designer with little knowledge of my product, and see if they are able to understand the business within the first 5-10 seconds of landing in the page.
- Does the design of the page accurately reflects the platform?
- Is the message clear (text readable), and well understood with no further information required?
- Is the registration form well positioned?
But my concern is should I even have a registration page on the landing page. Or should it just be explanatory, and the potential user wants to be involve, then they would hit on the call the action button that would take them to another page, the registration page.
Thank you for your time, and I appreciate all feedback.
This is really just an opinion-based critique question. But here’s my opinion….
The layout is pretty bad.
Labels all the way to the left and form fields all the way to the right makes for an extreme visual disconnect between the two. Labels should be much closer to their associated form fields.
Raised form fields are counter-intuitive. 99.9% of form fields on the web or screen appear recessed or inset on the pages. You’ve got them raising up. This would indicate a button more than an input field.
Use of space is kind of horrific. There’s no reason the form needs to be “below the fold” on that page. The content above it does not merit the entire width being taken. Move the form to the right side of the page and the numbered list t the left.
Or even (wait for it…):
These are very quick mock ups… they could be refined a great deal more to get spacing and type sizes more fluent.
Again, this is just my opinion take it or leave it.