As you may have noticed, we have updated the homepage a little bit.
We did it mostly after reading the first few pages of Homepage Usability by Jakob Nielsen & Marie Tahir. Pages 10 to 13 to be more precise ;)
Obviously, this is still work in progress. I'm likely to update again when I read on... Nonetheless, feel free to comment on the changes. I'm also planing on going through the whole site for an update; update suggestions are welcome.
For now, the main change, of course, is the big green "Download Now!" button. This is my attempt to better communicate what the project/site is about when people first come to the page.
Now, I expect new visitors to understand immediately that it's about software you can download. Hopefully, I'll get less email asking me "Where do I sign up to get my blog?" ;)
I like the green button, now we don’t have to search for the download link.
Just a question : Where do I sign up to get my blog?
I can’t sign up for my own blog? That’s terrible, so terrible .. ;)
Comment from: Daniel Visitor
Both “Language packs” links on the Home page point to localhost
Comment from: fplanque Member
Fixed. Thank you :)
You should consider putting up a “featured blogs” that are your favorite ones as far as “wow factor” is concern – like a marketing tool – so that newbies/visitors can see the possibilities.
I like that you expanded the “recent updated” blogs to contain more entries.