• Pete WilkinsonPete Wilkinson, over 5 years ago

    It's interesting, but quite difficult to scan. And it's broken in safari :(

    That said, kudos for trying something new!

    4 points
  • Gaëtan RochelGaëtan Rochel, over 5 years ago

    My brain is trying really hard to put the table straight back, so I guess it doesn't work for me.

    Like the colors though.

    3 points
  • Sam SolomonSam Solomon, over 5 years ago (edited over 5 years ago )

    This may not appease everyone here, but by changing the Xs to +s I think it makes the table much easier to read.

    Brisk Table

    EDIT: In the code that is, it makes them appear as Xs with the rotation.

    2 points
    • Alfred Beckman, over 5 years ago

      I experimented back and forth with this. I think it works in both ways but you might be right that it's easier to grasp with + instad of x. Gonna show this around the office and see what reaction I get.


      0 points
  • Andy HulmeAndy Hulme, over 5 years ago

    Seems a bit quirk for quirks sake, hard to scan the info and can see people turning their tablets in vein as they try to re-align it.

    Still, colours/styling are nice, but thats a subjective area.

    Think the conflict of not knowing wether you like or not is reflected in the 'aesthetic vs functionality

    my 2cents

    2 points
  • adrian ioadrian io, over 5 years ago (edited over 5 years ago )

    Not sure this works for me.

    • Hard to scan. I have to tilt my head to read it.
    • Color choice is a bit odd - black on dark yellow makes it hard to read.

    What's wrong with established pricing table patterns?

    2 points
    • Alfred BeckmanAlfred Beckman, over 5 years ago

      Gotta try something new and evaluate. Best way to move forward. Maybe this wasn't moving forward though...

      Thanks for the feedback.

      0 points
  • Razvan HRazvan H, over 5 years ago

    If the point of the pricing page is to convert people into customers then I don't think this is going to be very effective.

    You are getting in the way of the main objective of this page. Just because you can™.

    1 point
    • Alfred Beckman, over 5 years ago

      Hehe. I think you're right. But one has to experiment and get feedback to evolve one's self and the internet. :)

      0 points
  • Nurit Bahat, over 5 years ago

    Very cool! I'm not 100% certain on it, but like Pete said, its great to see you guys are thinking outside the box and breaking from the norm.

    1 point
  • Cory DymondCory Dymond, over 5 years ago (edited over 5 years ago )

    Chrome for iPhone iOS 8.2: Chrome for iPhone iOS 8.2

    Safari for iPhone 6 iOS 8.2: Safari for iPhone iOS 8.2

    Safari for Windows: Safari for Windows

    As the others have said, I think it's interesting, but quite difficult to read. I've looked at it for a few minutes now and if I was quizzed without a reference I certainly couldn't tell you what any of the tiers are, what is included or how much they cost without going back to reference them which makes me think it's too distracting as a gimmick and not clear and concise enough to get the point across.

    The rest of the site is quite nice though. The colors are on point. It looks like the site is still in development though? If not, I think I should also point out that on the main page, the "Take The Tour" button is super confusing because it just takes you right back to the top of the page that you just scrolled down from.

    I'm beginning to feel incredibly critical of this, so I want to make it clear that I like the site a lot which is probably why I just spent like 10 minutes critiquing it. Keep up the good work.

    0 points
    • Alfred BeckmanAlfred Beckman, over 5 years ago

      Very much under development. We are firm believers of not over polishing stuff before we throw it out there to get some feedback*. Only today I've deployed 4 or 5 new version - non changing the pricing page though :)

      But the feedback on gets here is very valuable and constructive. I love it.

      Thanks all of you!

      • Note that this is not how we address more critical stuff like the product itself. That would be stupid :D
      0 points
  • Alfred Beckman, over 5 years ago

    I can't decide if I like it or not. What do you guys think?

    0 points