• Eric ResslerEric Ressler, 5 years ago

    Please let this be real.

    13 points
  • Alex ChanAlex Chan, 5 years ago

    Love the "P" in the logo.

    10 points
  • Daniel De LaneyDaniel De Laney, 5 years ago

    Attractive and skillfully produced, but ultimately ineffective.

    The big, attention-grabbing elements don’t communicate anything. “Change The Way You Communicate” is generic to the point of being meaningless. A scrolling landscape is irrelevant.

    The message could be 10x stronger just by changing the headline to “Send Messages By Carrier Pigeon” and adding a carrier pigeon in flight to the animation.

    8 points
    • Joshua TurnerJoshua Turner, 5 years ago (edited almost 5 years ago )

      This is the kind of feedback we want more of. I really appreciate your comments, we actually did work on an animated pigeon to fly across the background but it ended up looking really out of place.

      I agree 100% on the top copy, I'm actually going to see about changing that. Maybe AB.

      Again, thanks for the feedback.

      4 points
  • Andrew Michael ToddAndrew Michael Todd, 5 years ago

    I thought messenger pigeons can only fly home.


    3 points
    • Thomas RawcliffeThomas Rawcliffe, 5 years ago

      Exactly. How can you give an address to a pigeon and it know where it is?

      2 points
      • Joshua TurnerJoshua Turner, 5 years ago

        It's not about addresses, it's about distances to your address and the direction/velocity of flight.

        That's why we can only support single home addresses right now.

        1 point
        • Daniel De LaneyDaniel De Laney, 5 years ago

          On that subject, what is the airspeed velocity of an unladen carrier pigeon?

          0 points
        • Andrew Michael ToddAndrew Michael Todd, 5 years ago

          I still have no idea how a pigeon can deliver to any address other than its home address?

          Are you selling pigeons to people?

          1 point
          • Joshua TurnerJoshua Turner, 5 years ago

            We use a system that instead of detecting and reading addresses, we simply measure the direction and time that would need to be traveled at a specific velocity specific to each of our birds.

            This way, the birds don't need to learn how to use Google Maps, but instead to respond to a high frequency beep when they are above the home.

            0 points
  • Ryan GloverRyan Glover, 5 years ago

    That mark!

    2 points
  • Ashley CyborskiAshley Cyborski, 5 years ago

    The front page is nice, and I do really like the logo, but why is the blog so vastly different? IMO the different color of purple and the rotated layout is a bit disruptive. Also, you may want to think about moving some of your footer links up to the top. At this point there is more content in the footer than in the main nav/front page.

    But, the front page is quite nice.

    2 points
    • Joshua TurnerJoshua Turner, 5 years ago

      Eh, the blog was thrown together a while ago. We haven't redesigned it to match the new website design.

      It's on the list!

      0 points
  • Nicholas HendrickxNicholas Hendrickx, 5 years ago

    If this is real, this is the best thing ever. Loving the whole corporate identity!

    1 point
  • Daniel GoldenDaniel Golden, 5 years ago

    lol @ this Pigeon's bio:

    Michael Beakon

    Pigeon's first bird to fly over 100 miles. He is the pigeon we deserve, not the pigeon we want.

    1 point
  • Guillaume LecollinetGuillaume Lecollinet, 5 years ago

    Love the logo and favicon. Well done!

    1 point
  • Pavel IvanovPavel Ivanov, 5 years ago

    Love it. Clean and neat design!

    1 point
  • Ed AdamsEd Adams, 5 years ago

    I put my friend's email and zip code into this.

    Now I wait for them to be harassed. I hope this is real.

    1 point
  • George Kedenburg IIIGeorge Kedenburg III, 5 years ago

    Parse has had this since April 2015: https://parse.com/products/pigeon

    1 point
  • Jul DelanoyJul Delanoy, 5 years ago

    That's fabulous

    1 point
  • Jeremy TreudenJeremy Treuden, 5 years ago

    Oh. My.


    1 point
  • milna baan, 5 years ago

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    0 points
  • Dan Boland, 5 years ago (edited 5 years ago )

    The messaging over top of the moving mountainscape actually gave me a headache -- like reading in a moving car.

    0 points