Top 10 (6?) concepts (for me):
- Clean (not cluttered)
- Light on content (for now)
- Highly visual; animated/moving; good flow
- more emotional than technical/detailed (If they want to have a technical discussion we will have it live vs. on a website)
- ease of contacting us - direct email; social media. Include a way of “joining the list”
Love the design. I definitely like the vertical flow. How you scroll down to see the page and it’s more of a presentation than a traditional webpage.
I love how the top image stays steady while you scroll down. Another option would be to have a video playing in that space, with everything else the same.
What do you think about a full screen image to start? I’m not sure how that would work with different resolution monitors, devices, etc.
We’ll need to have a mobile version, though I know that websites now are designed to be device independent for the most part.
Yes to: twitter, facebook, linkedin, youtube, g+, email, blog (RSS); Maybe to instagram. Could be good for image sharing? Other up and comers?
We’ll need to get emails set up for the team @marinea.org
First names? Full or abbreviated? i.e. Mati or Matias; (Octavian?)
What about a social media widget that highlights recent tweets, facebook posts, etc.
Regarding other websites:
I actually like how marinea has its internal tabs vs. canary. Canary has the links to “how it works” etc on the top, while marinea has them below the main image. I like them off of the image as having them over makes it more cluttered
I like the side scroll picture with text about a screen down “Feel safe and secure.” I don’t have anything for this tech yet, but wondering if we have the capabilities to do something like that
I like how this site tells a story; it leads the viewer along a path and tells them exactly what we want them to know.
I also like how the images appear after a half second when you scroll down. Very fluid
I actually like this website a lot…
I like the “business card” functionality in the top right
I also like how you click on the images, and you get a little tidbit of info. Kind of like those kids books where you peel back a picture and see something underneath.
Overall this is just me rambling a bit. Trying to expand on what I think is interesting.