Good effort. The one thing I'm not a massive fan of is the nav when viewed on mobile.
I can't agree more on that!
been waiting a while to see this, a pretty solid effort.
Obviously an attractive site and I've been waiting to see this too! Though I feel I need to hit 'cmd + -' to zoom out a little and get a better look - feels a some what confined.
Definitely being picky, but in the homepage photograph of the Mailchimp screen, 'Training' is misspelled (Trainging). I know it is a photo of a UI mockup, but it still jumped out at me.
I quite like it, it's very Focus Lab (from what I see of their very recognisable style on Dribbble) and sits nicely with their brand.
I'm not sure I really 100% like the nav on a mobile with the way it "jumps" into view when you scroll but it's not a major issue by any stretch.
As a side note, they could do to run the site through the page speed tests, it's pretty hefty but there are some easy and significant savings that could be made which would improve load speed significantly.
This seems to something overlooked by so many sites when they launch and it's such a simple little thing that could save (in many cases) a couple of mb!
Been waiting for this one! Looks and works great guys. Great copy, cases, and design.
Agree that the navbar might be a bit tall for mobile though.
Nice job, sleek design and great color palette. My only take on is the color of the nav bar is a bit distracting from looking at the content when you scroll down. Also, the nav bar is little tall, although I've got the 15" retina.
when I click on the menu on mobile I can't figure how to close it.
guess that's the behaviour of using hover states on mobile.
It's a pity, the whole website is beautiful, well designed and well executed.
Love it. Although the nav bar seems a little tall to me, otherwise, totally awesome.