p.s.: it's just a first draft. Can't decide which path do go. What do you think? p.p.s: it's for http://byndapp.com
my instinct is usually for the big nice photo...but in this case, I'd say go with the right...it wasn't immediately understandable to me what i was supposed to be looking at with the left version...or what the page was all about... the right version was more of an immediate 'oh...ok...that's what this is about'....
Thanks Tyson. Appreciate it!
Right for sure. My first thought when looking at the left image was "is this a camera app?".
Makes sense. It does not deliver the right message/emotion to the customer or we should pivot to a camera app :).
Fancy to see you here Hans :)
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The red one.
Thanks Caleb :)
The right one is miles better.
Thanks Daryl. Your opinion matters!
I agree. Right is an immediate get, whereas Left I wonder what it's about.
The message is clear. Thanks Wally.
Thanks Christhofer. Interesting name btw. :)
The one on the right for sure. It comes across much more playful and "social" where as the left feels less welcoming.
Right: because of the focus on the headline, the user gets what it is and can immediately decide if this product is for them
Appreciate your feedback elaine!
You rock. Thanks Mike.
I think the left will get your more email signups, but the right seems more inviting and allows me to explore a little more - subjectively it also looks better and I'd be more likely to trust the brand.
I think there is more that can be done to the right to increase signups while still offering that exploration though.
If we are just talking visually, then the I'd prefer to use the right one.
Wow. Thanks for your detailed feedback Grant!
Definitely right, it feels more fun and fresh.
+1 Right. Makes much more sense then the left one.
Not to be a contrarian, but right.
Appreciate your feedback Andy!
Right all the way. It's a nice photo, though. Use it somewhere!
mhm where? :)
right for sure.
Appreciate your feedback Alan.
The logos help, especially if the disabled looking logos indicate future API integrations. If they don't it feels a bit like false advertising.
It is a little indication for future integrations :)
I like the right one which says it all. But the mail subscription is not spot on.
You are right. It's just a first draft. The sign up button will be big and bold.
Whatever feels "on brand" and tells a better story.
Left: serious and elevated due to the use of big bg image and product on device.
Right: playful, less serious in tone, and does a better job at letting me know what to expect from this app.
Test them both.
Left - Photo sets tone for either something about vacations, relaxing, or adventure. Then it takes a few moments to get that its an app that combines feeds.
Right - Focus eye on text, get the idea right away. Then I see all the different icons and get an idea of what can be used.
Left I focused more on the product, and right I focused more on the call to action/sell. I like right the best, but you could pull off the left if you look into more intuitive or contextual mockups for the iphone screen.
Left: could be anything. Looks like a free template.
Right: better. Go with that. G+ logo's red clashing with the bg is bothering me but that's silly.
go with the right one for sure:)
I also prefer right. For what it’s worth I’m a founder at UsabilityHub and I think it’s a pretty good platform for running these kinds of quick design surveys. Our preference tests are ideal for this use case, you can check out a sample report here which shows you both the winning design and the statistical confidence of the responses given.
While the right one is generally better, I do prefer to see what the app looks like before I go off to download it (maybe my internet is slow, I can't be bothered to open up app store, insert whatever other common scenario here). Try to incorporate the actual app on the right side version and you should be good to go.