If you sign up, the product itself starts to float. cute touch.
Other than that, I really didn't liked how they could not use the real product images. It feels like scam. Also their logo is looking pretty unprofessional also doesn't even resembles anything with the product or their industry. Not pretty keen on the visual design as well. It's obviously rushed or got punched several times from the ceo's, ux designers who created wireframes with style etc.
I think the logo is fine. I wonder about how scammy the product is for other reasons, but the page design isn't one of them.
Overall, I think it's just fine and 99% of people won't notice the tiny nitpicks we might. There's nothing glaring wrong with this other than, perhaps, how slow it might load for some with older browsers...but I'm guess those aren't the sorts who have the cash to burn for one of these anyhow.
I really didn't liked how they could not use the real product images. It feels like scam
Neither does Apple, neither does Ikea
Also their logo is looking pretty unprofessional also doesn't even resembles anything with the product or their industry
I like it, has a bit of whimsy to it which makes a lot of sense when clearly they're not just working on this as purely a tech project but collaborating with many creatives and creative companies to build the tech and the content close together.
apparently fwiw these are actually all physical - with only slight tweaks to protect trade secrets - whatever that entails.
I'm sure you can nit pick a few issues but overall this is a beautifully designed site.
Of course Magic Leap finally releases after we purchased several Hololenses.
Bummed out that they've decided to make a controller for it. A controller puts distance between you and the world by creating an additional layer of abstraction. The world itself, and your hands should do most the interactions.
We need great hand and gesture tracking. The point of this technology is to remove barriers. Should be careful not to introduce new ones along the way.
Beautiful, but slow to load and choppy. The imagery is fantastic, but you might want to consider file size and/or a CDN to speed up the site.
I feel like there aren't enough visual cues within the sections with additional content. I completely missed the additional product details on first glance, probably because I was expecting the layers to reveal upon scrolling. For a new product, it seems like that's a missed opportunity.
Bubble images related to the highlights/talking points as you scroll down the page don't animate open. They are stuck as little dots. Using the latest version of Chrome in Windows 10. Whoops