18 comments

  • Rico MonteiroRico Monteiro, almost 5 years ago

    Here are an interesting article and presentation about good uses when designing landing pages: http://conversionsciences.com/blog/nail-the-top-of-your-landing-page-for-surprising-results-video/

    If you want some UI examples, I recommend this source: http://land-book.com/

    5 points
    • Dawid LiberadzkiDawid Liberadzki, almost 5 years ago (edited almost 5 years ago )

      Hey Rico, Iā€™m Dawid, the Land-book creator. Thanks for recommending us as a good source of UI examples! Much appreciated ;)

      1 point
      • Aaron DavisAaron Davis, almost 5 years ago

        I recommend land-book a lot with students I mentor. It's a great source.

        2 points
      • Rico MonteiroRico Monteiro, almost 5 years ago (edited almost 5 years ago )

        Thank you Dawid. Land-book is the best source to get inspiration when designing landing pages. Keep up your great work.

        0 points
  • Oz ChenOz Chen, almost 5 years ago

    Reword: I think you mean what are some landing pages that have good user interface & user experience design such that it converts visitors to sign up, buy, take an action.

    The best resource I can recommend off the topic of my head is http://goodui.org/. Full of great tips - their homepage has 75 "goodUI" ideas alone

    3 points
  • Anton StenAnton Sten, almost 5 years ago

    Thanks again Adam and Benjamin for mentioning my site. Like Benjamin mentions, a website can't turn visitors into clients but it can turn visitors into leads - and most importantly - it can set the scene for when you start talking to them.

    The website of a UI/UX designer should communicate 1) why you are a good choice 2) what kind of projects you usually do (this makes it easier for the client to understand what kind of budget ranges you do too). If you're a UX designer, you should clearly communicate the process and the problems you wanted to solve, not just pretty graphics.

    To be honest though, I probably get less than 10% of my clients through my website. Almost everything is through referrals, by always delivering great work (happy clients tell others about you) and by being flexible.

    Good luck Sheikh - looking forward to seeing what you come up with!

    2 points
  • Adam RasheedAdam Rasheed, almost 5 years ago

    I've always liked Anton Sten's website.

    2 points
    • Anton StenAnton Sten, almost 5 years ago

      Wow! Thank you Adam!

      1 point
      • Adam RasheedAdam Rasheed, almost 5 years ago (edited over 4 years ago )

        No problem! I'm actually using your client-centered design/copy as inspiration for my site redesign. Can't wait to show you!

        1 point
    • Anton StenAnton Sten, almost 5 years ago

      Would love to hear what you think about the design updates to my website Adam.

      0 points
      • Adam RasheedAdam Rasheed, over 4 years ago

        Anton,

        Love the new design! Here are some thoughts:

        What I Love:

        • The redesign itself is clean and retains the same feel of your old design while keeping it fresh. This is how redesigns should be done! -Great copy! It let's people who have no clue what UX design is get an idea of what you do, and it let's people who are looking for a UX designer find out exactly how you can help them and why you're the guy for them.
        • Great UX! I shouldn't have to mention this :), but you did a great job with guiding the user through the process you want them to go through. No matter what page they click on, it guides them to a get started link.

        Some things you can improve upon:

        • Email Optin: Nobody wants more email. I love that you have your email optin box prominently displayed throughout your site, but you can greatly benefit from improving your value proposition. What do they get from signing up? Random emails every two weeks? You need to show them the value your visitor will get from signing up. Something like Exclusive UX tips and tricks would be good and it will be beneficial for other UX designers as well as show potential clients your expertise. This should drastically increase your optin rates
        • Emphasize your Testimonials: Not everybody can get rock solid testimonials from the Head of Design at Spotify :) Make sure to make these more prominent somehow. Perhaps even a video testimonial.

        Overall: Great Redesign! I hope your can give me some feedback on my upcoming design as well!

        0 points
  • Account deleted almost 5 years ago (edited almost 5 years ago )

    A landing page alone will never convert a visitor into a client unless you have a specific product/good to sell. What your goal should be is quality leads/engagements. YOU are the one that converts those leads into clients.

    Example: the Anton Sten site posted in this thread.

    1 point
  • Moe AmayaMoe Amaya, almost 5 years ago

    A pure copy UX landing page that focuses on the service, goals and deliverables for a client: https://draft.nu/revise/

    More of a resume style landing page that highlights major UX goals for each project: http://francine.io/

    0 points
  • Sheik Mohaideen Sheik Mohaideen , almost 5 years ago

    Check these landing pages bro

    Zoho Invoice

    Zoho Inventory

    0 points