21 comments

  • Brad Purchase, 2 years ago

    I find this incredibly hard to read.

    14 points
  • Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, 2 years ago

    I appreciate the effort that has clearly gone into this - a lot of attention to detail has gone into the typography, and I really dig the minimal colour-themed phone imagery.

    I just don't feel that the design works particularly well for the product, but it might strike a chord with the target market you're aiming for even though I don't like it myself. To me the site screams 'font download' more than 'timer app'.

    Good job none the less - it's certainly a different style to most app landing pages!

    7 points
  • Ryan RushingRyan Rushing, 2 years ago

    I appreciate all the HTML comments. We should do that more.

    3 points
  • Kevin RabinovichKevin Rabinovich, 2 years ago

    Fuck, this is cool, visually. Good to see people experimenting with landing pages like this!

    1 point
  • Weston VierreggerWeston Vierregger, 2 years ago

    how come the font is different for the H1-1H animation

    1 point
  • Musavvir Ahmed, almost 2 years ago

    Brutal! Hah, it sure stands out!

    Not from my own website though, I find them similar. :P

    0 points
    • , almost 2 years ago

      I find your site difficult to read in some spots. Lightweight red and gray text on a dark background doesn't provide enough contrast.

      1 point
  • Karl WeberKarl Weber, almost 2 years ago

    I love this design, It's fantastic and breaks the mold of what's expected and accepted. The landing page absolutely fits the aesthetic that the app is designed in.

    If you take some time to play around with the landing page you'll notice lots of great details. Such as the animated text actually animates differently depending on your browser width. 4 or 5 different animations.

    0 points
  • Jonathan IgnerJonathan Igner, 2 years ago

    Very cool! Looks so simple and clean.

    0 points
  • Amyas Marshall, 2 years ago

    It's a great design, but not a great landing page design. It feels like I'm reading through a Medium article.

    0 points
  • Stephen Beck, 2 years ago

    Looks cool. But why track hours? Selling hours is probably the quickest way to limit the money you can make selling a specialized skill. It eliminates the built in value of the expertise people hire you for. I don't get why that's not completely obvious.

    0 points
    • Karl WeberKarl Weber, almost 2 years ago

      So, I freelance, and I give out fixed bids, and I ALWAYS track my hours. It helps to gauge how much time I actually take to do things so that I can make better estimates.

      0 points
  • Dogukan B, 2 years ago

    If you're focused on typography, you should pay more attention to typos, in my opinion.

    "if you was always curious about how much time you spend on books, use hourly"

    0 points
  • , 2 years ago

    If anyone is asking specific questions about this, I just posted the link, I didn't design it.

    0 points
  • Nicolas PythonNicolas Python, 2 years ago

    interesting! have you watched or worked on the intro type animations for „Strokes Of Genius“? ;)

    0 points
  • Jimmy HookerJimmy Hooker, 2 years ago

    I'm into it. Downloaded.

    Wonder if this could help apply deep work principles.

    0 points
  • Chris ThomasChris Thomas, 2 years ago

    Feels forced, ill give it a shot.

    0 points
  • Oliver Swig, 2 years ago

    this ain't it chief

    -1 points