weird redesign, not sure what problem this is solving. seems to focus a bit more on business users?
overall it appears much less focused and overwhelming in comparison to the simplicity of the old home page. even the copywriting is a bit muddled - "Good things happen when your stuff lives here" is much less direct than the old "Your stuff, anywhere"
i'm sure they tested the hell out of it, though.
I must say I think their old page is better in terms of concise and clear messaging but I guess they're just trying stuff and seeing what sticks with their target audience.
Dropbox has always stood out for me with their illustrations. Really love the style.
This looks great but will someone please explain to me why it's not responsive?
yeah, that's what I want to know: why have a mobile site in 2015?! There must be a good reason.
As always the illustrations are intriguing and look great. However I feel like the fixed header is unnecessary. Especially with the big border on the bottom. I think their old site did a much better job at remaining simple, yet describing exactly what dropbox is/does.
This redesign feels like a step backwards in terms of layout, copy and visuals.
Love it. Two things:
- The changing logo on scroll is dumb, has no purpose and distracts the user.
- Why is the registration form so tiny?
"Why is the registration form so tiny?"
That's what she said.
If you can't see it, try an incognito/private browsing window. They only released it to 90%.
I really like the illustrations!
I like it. I always liked their illustrations and I think it fits their style really well.