Finally, someone addresses the real problem with PayPal: the lack of snazzy, bullshit-heavy landing page featuring young beautiful people talking about "design thinking".
Looks like a nice recruiting effort.
Big pictures, heavy page and corporate bullshit...
Meanwhile, I still cannot view more than 20 transactions listed in my paypal account. Have to click, and click, and click....
Paypal interface: welcome in 1999
55 requests and almost 9MB. wut?
title-tag, too. ;)
I work at an agency, so I obviously think its great to outsource design work, but I feel like your website about how awesome your internal design team is, should be done by your internal design team and not another agency.
Looks like this was done by these guys: http://www.ingenuitydesign.com/
With that said, the site looks nice with some neat touches, but very heavy. Hope the push is a real effort for quality design as they've recruited nearly every designer in the South bay as of recent.
Yeah, and that's a page you get after you click the CTA "Join our design community":
Wow, lots of good-looking designers. continues eating doughnut
All fluff - missing atag. The amount of effort that went into this website is equal to that of PayPal.
"We shorten the distance between need and have. The job we do isn’t found anywhere else."
Perhaps I have misinterpreted (Please correct me if I have), but Stripe explored Payments UX (successfully) a long time ago. Ebay is not the first to try and improve this area.
Maybe they should get serious about customer service too.
"Join our design community" goes to mobile site, whoops.
At least their mobile site doesn't take two days to load.
I wouldn't say so, considering how that page is type-set on mobile.
Wait, people still use paypal?
They could have at least set a < title > tag
It looks clean. I'm getting curious to know what happens next.
Oh wait, 'Join the Community' takes me to a mobile site, where I see all pixelated pictures. I think they've got some serious works to do.