You can go all the way to bottom of the site and never see the actual thing you'll use. Also same on "features" page.
But... has 3D so... it's totally awesome and great.
Funny enough, the most informative part of the site is the footer which let me know they have apps for every platform, browser extensions, and other integrations.
Still doesn't help me remember why I chose Harvest over toggl after trying both years ago.
Yea, the renders are beautiful, but showing the actual software would make much stronger points. It's not like the software is ugly either - I'm a Toggl user and think the UI is actually one of its competitive advantages.
Agreed. And one of my biggest peeves is when a software product doesn't show you what their software looks like. This should be easy to find and if it isn't I'll abandon the site.
The product looks good but for sure its screenshots wouldn't fit the website style. I guess they considered it countless times and came to assumption that (even) without screenshots their conversion rate would go up on the new website. The new website is exciting, the product is as exciting as time tracking can be (= close to zero; I've been a Toggl user for a couple of years).
Damn, those ToyFight dudes are good at making websites
thanks for sharing their name :D
Copy/Style of this are so on point.
The "product" is a big "???" though...
Love the renders—especially the the eye that follow your mouse in the Follow the Money section.
Headline seems a bit too vague though.
Really digging this! Has crazy swagger to it and the renders are incredibly well done. Strong branding going on here. Good job ToyFight!
Really great branding, but also took a minute or two to figure out how to go to the timer. Illustrations are great though.
Took me a minute to figure out why they have the PC power icon as their logo.... oh the power icon is a toggle icon...
I think a screenshot and toy combo would be awesome!
Most unique illustration style I’ve seen in the last few years. Like it a lot. That being said, it took me a while to figure out what it is they actually do.
love the button hover style