What are your first impressions?
My first impression when landing on the homepage is that there is a lot of color and a lot of content.
-The logo is pretty cool and the colors are nice in that regards. I feel like using the same colors for the content section of the page may be too much - especially when side by side.
- The content feels busy to my eye - both because of the color contrast and because the amount of content
- I'd recommend putting the most important info that tells audiences what the site is about on the top with one or maybe two call to actions and then step through the rest of the content as a user scrolls down the page. I think this will both visually improve the homepage as well as give you the ability to step users through the narrative you want to tell
What are the first actions you take?
The first actions I take is to read the content and navigate around to gain a better understanding of what the app is. It seems like the sections that give me best idea of what the app is about is in the feed section and in the blog section - which many be too far down the journey to gain a better understanding of the site.
- Q3: Do you find the product desirable?
What would you change about the website?
Some key considerations to iterate on are:
- The homepage can be updated to step visitors through what the product is, why it is helpful, what it is like to be apart of, and what working with it / purchasing it looks like
- Tone down the colors on the homepage and add some screenshots or images that help with the narration of describing what the product it
- There is a lot of written description throughout the site and little imagery, try making the writing a bit more concise to allow visitor to read less while learning more; use images to help with the narrative / descriptions
- Consider making the main hosts and crowd landing pages included in the dropdown nav so that it doesn't feel hidden and since it offers important info