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08-10-2007, 06:25 PM
So I decided to break down and join the forum after reading many of your guys posts. I am in the process of trying to decide which website design to use for our future "muse". Its a muscular and mass building program and Im trying to stray away from many of the generic "You can gain muscle fast!!!" type of generic website designs I see rampant here. So here are some of the entries, you guys can help me pick the winner.
More to come, your input is greatly appreciated. Thanks again and its great to be here.
08-10-2007, 06:37 PM
My personal opinion would be for the first one, 768. 826 looks too much like other muscle building websites, which you said you wanted to stay away from. 830 was also good, but for me personally, visually 768 was the best.
I'd rule the 3rd one out right away.
The 2nd one seems to be the stand out for myself for the specific reason that it looks professional but still drives you towards a product purchase.
I like the first design as well but feel that it's not product-driven by appearances. So my vote is #2.
08-10-2007, 06:55 PM
my vote goes for #768 - that has the most uptodate look. The other two look very dated to me
08-10-2007, 07:05 PM
Ok, right now I have the following tally...
#768 2 votes
#826 1 vote
There is still a remainder of 8 days until the contest expires and some of these websites may be changed around up until that time. As well, there will be new additions to the contest which I will post the links to as well. At the end of each day I will do a tally of votes to see who is in the lead. So until the end of today(8-10-07) #768 is in the lead. Please remember to check back occasionally to see if your favorite has been updated and what new additions have been added. Thanks again for your input.
08-10-2007, 07:07 PM
I like 826, although I'd suggest changing the graphics. It seems more enticing having the info almost at your fingertips, but I'd say the 'more info' link in the bottom left could be directed to a buy page.
08-10-2007, 07:17 PM
By the way I like the voting option.
Good test! :)
08-10-2007, 07:23 PM
I like the first one. But it may not be a bad idea to weigh the men's votes more! ;)
08-10-2007, 07:30 PM
Hands-down, #826 is the one that wins me over.
I like how the tables make it easy to read at-a-glance.
LOVE how the purchase program is in red, at the top, VERY obvious.
It's got a nice mix of looking "strong" but the light blues keep it from looking too much like a GNC style product.
#768 is to washy. All the fine text is a turnoff.
#830 looks okay, a little "dated" as someone else said. There really is just ONE call to action, as there is just that big box that says "start your program today." That could funnel wll for you. The index buttons look tedious, I'd skip over those.
08-10-2007, 07:49 PM
08-10-2007, 08:11 PM
826 is the winner for me. The layout controls the eyes, directing them to the most relevant information quickly and easily identifying major points of interest.
Please send me contact information for your web designer, thanks!
08-10-2007, 10:26 PM
keep the votes coming. thanks for all the input so far guys.
freetime, i will gladly give you all the contact information at the end of the contest(about 8 more days). hope you understand, but i really dont want this individual distracted with other projects during the competition( i could just be being stupid here LOL) and want him/her soley concentrating on this one design. but rest assured, ill pass it your way.
ill tally up the totals for day one here in a few.
08-10-2007, 10:43 PM
Also just wanted to post a change that was made to #826(which alot of ppl seem to be liking at the moment) Switched out the "fitness" bodybuilder for a more "pumped" bodybuilder, which with mass gaining is what we are wanting to portray.
so here she is, the new more buff option for #826.....
ok, the more 'pumped' picture is a little scary and unnatural looking to me.
but, at the same time, Tim says something like 'people may not like you but they won't misunderstand you', and if you think this image is better for your target audience, then I suppose you should go with it
I personally like the first design, but think that #826 is probably more suited to your audience
08-11-2007, 11:41 AM
Day one tally...
#768 - 3 votes
#826 - 6 votes
(recently changed to #997)
Thanks for the input everyone. Several days left so let your voice be heard. Godspeed.
08-11-2007, 03:43 PM
I actually like 6830
The other two have too much visuals and look too flashy.
08-11-2007, 05:18 PM
Why are you asking which one people "like"? Shouldn't you instead be "asking" customers which one will generate profit? I frankly think they're all quite busy. I recommend much less text, and a much bigger "click here to buy" button. :)
08-11-2007, 05:46 PM
I like 830, but in the previous version. The giant man is very creepy and the other guy looked so much more normal and "attractive". That's just me, though.
08-12-2007, 01:43 AM
I vote for 768. It has 3 boxes of info and looks like it would give me all the info I need immediately without having to scroll.
#826 is too busy. Too many boxes of different info. When I look at it, I get tired immediately and don't want to spend any time figuring out where to go to get the key message. #997 has the same problem. #830 does look too dated.
08-13-2007, 07:15 PM
Few more days to go, polls look like this so far.....
#768 - 4 votes
#830 - 7 votes
#6830 - 1 vote
any more voice to be heard? if not it may stand like this then.
08-13-2007, 07:45 PM
Dude, test it in the marketplace and see which one works!
08-13-2007, 08:28 PM
I agree... Test multiple landing page designs and see what speaks to your customers!
Offermatica (http://www.offermatica.com/) is a good way to test things if you don't want to worry with it...
08-13-2007, 08:31 PM
That is a very good idea and honestly if I had the finances to do such would deffinatly go that route. However, seeing as how each is designed by 3 seperate designers and with us paying each one that we used, it is not feasible at this moment. Hence, Im going the best route for us at this moment as far as the dry test. Simply put, I do not have the money to afford 3 seperate design artists and 3 seperate dry tests. Great idea though.
08-14-2007, 07:36 PM
I like 768. Good luck!
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