• Jonathon HalliwellJonathon Halliwell, 7 years ago

    Better than it was but still pretty ugly, to me anyway. Needs a major overhaul really, the Steam client does too and has for a while.

    6 points
    • Eliot SlevinEliot Slevin, 7 years ago

      Steam for mac really needs to start acting like a mac application and less like a windows application turned mac (which it is).

      0 points
  • Alastair TaylorAlastair Taylor, 7 years ago

    That is a LOT of copy.

    6 points
    • Catalin CimpanuCatalin Cimpanu, 7 years ago

      It's a major overhaul. And a good one in my opinion.

      And I've noticed the site loads much faster now. Don't know if the revamped interface helped with this or not.

      3 points
    • Kyle BavenderKyle Bavender, 7 years ago

      2178 words of body copy. Not sure what they were thinking...

      0 points
    • Trevor HenryTrevor Henry, 7 years ago

      It's not a marketing site, it's an announcement page for something integral to everyday gaming that users have grown to be intimately familiar with over the last decade. They are as in-depth as they need to be, and I bet a very large amount of users are reading through the entire thing (such as myself!)

      1 point
      • Kyle BavenderKyle Bavender, 7 years ago

        You're right Trevor — it's not a marketing site advertising a product to potential customers. I'd call it a close sibling to a marketing page, though. Through the use of imagery and a lot of text, it's breaking down the new features and changes for current core Steam users.

        It's just a whole lot of copy. Enough of that text is marketing fluff that I'm scratching my head a bit.

        (That said, I recognize a lot of folks are more interested and invested in Steam than I am — and I will gladly raise a glass for about anything Valve ships!)

        0 points
  • Ryan LeFevreRyan LeFevre, 7 years ago

    We know you can’t play them all


    4 points
  • Bart Claeys, 7 years ago

    A couple of things:

    1. Add more white space, content is really cramped together.
    2. Create a better visual hierarchy in the copy. Most copy has the same weight and color.
    3. Make content more digestible. For example, in the section "Recommendation Feed" you could split the copy in two columns.
    1 point
  • Kyle ConradKyle Conrad, 7 years ago


    0 points
  • Frederic BartlFrederic Bartl, 7 years ago (edited 7 years ago )

    It looks fine to me but I guess it's a bit out of date. Reminds me a little bit of the last site from maxdome - last year. http://bit.ly/1mqvbmw

    0 points