Wow, each hosting type has a separate page, an impressive amount of work, looks dope. It's really fascinating to see how they are different inside and click through all of them.
It's also interesting how they maintained the composition in a content block with image and a little bit of text using separate blocks with testimonials. Worth to remember.
That row of polygons does my head in. I feel like I'm being stabbed in the eyes.
I understand the intention, SEO foolery - directing the crawlers to optimized landing pages for specific long tail queries, ex., "MongoDB Hosting".
However, as a human versus a bot, the pattern may short-circuit some human's brains.
It's a confrontational periodic table that may trigger traumatic memories of high-school chemistry.
In general, in many cases, the homepage is simply a traffic cop that routes traffic.
The homepage has to have a rhythm and flow that helps users understand what the heck they're even seeing before they can be routed.
In this case, these illegible polygons are attempting to route users before they're educating them on what it is that they even do.
http://d.pr/i/HZzJQb - This is confusing.
Genuinely curious, which aspect of this is confusing?
Sign in/Sign up VS Log in/Sign up.
I believe the latter is more clear.
I take it a step further with "Sign in" and "Register". This might help too.