• Michael GreenMichael Green, over 8 years ago

    I clicked the plus sign on the right thinking it was a "more options" thing. Was a bit startled when I realized I clicked an emergency link.

    8 points
    • Todd SielingTodd Sieling, over 8 years ago

      I had the same reaction. As an emergency item it should be way more clearly labelled. Am I in unbearable pain, or do I want to add this page to my faves?

      4 points
  • Lawrence Smith, over 8 years ago

    All the bells and whistles. But would anyone other than a designer appreciate the design?

    6 points
    • Michael GreenMichael Green, over 8 years ago

      I thought the same thing.

      3 points
    • Thomas PalumboThomas Palumbo, over 8 years ago

      To be honest, no I don't think the average person trying to book an appointment or learn about the dentist to see if they want to use him would like this site at all.

      2 points
    • Terry OTerry O, over 8 years ago

      I feel this could be levelled at a lot of bleeding edge modern design, the people actually using these sites don't really care, and tend to be alienated by it. A lot work tends to be for peers and portfolios.

      2 points
  • Jeremy TreudenJeremy Treuden, over 8 years ago

    Usability for the average user is... well... the opposite of intuitive. This looks and functions much more like a agency / portfolio site. If The average user coming to book an appointment will be frustrated within seconds.

    That being said; gorgeous site!

    5 points
  • Abhishek SureshAbhishek Suresh, over 8 years ago

    IMHO - This site is a wonderful example of how "beautiful design" doesn't necessarily translate to "usable design".

    3 points
  • João FerreiraJoão Ferreira, over 8 years ago

    In terms of user experience, I think this is dodgy at best. Too many animations, I have no idea where I'm going or what's happening. Clicked the '+' sign thinking it was showing me more options and it ended up being an emergency link.

    I bet this looked good in Photoshop/Sketch, but I think whoever made this got too excited with animations and forgot all about the end user :/

    3 points
  • Alfred BeckmanAlfred Beckman, over 8 years ago

    Love the typography! I actually thought it was a portfolio site for the new font Avenir Clinic.

    Guess that says something about the design fit though...

    3 points
  • Victor WareVictor Ware, over 8 years ago

    They kinda overdid it with all the motion and it's really jerky on chrome and safari.

    3 points
  • pjotr .pjotr ., over 8 years ago

    Seems like a very odd design for a dentist office...

    2 points
  • Paul LPaul L, over 8 years ago

    At first glance, I wouldn't be able to afford this dentist. The site is too fancy. Will it cost me $300 for a filling? (To cover their web design expenses) And how do you book an appointment online? Where's the UX? Other than that it looks beautiful.

    2 points
  • Mike MaiMike Mai, over 8 years ago

    Another great example of form over function.

    1 point
  • Josh BakerJosh Baker, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

    Why are the white objects there? What do they have to do with dentistry?

    1 point
  • Pasquale D'SilvaPasquale D'Silva, over 8 years ago

    That is some absurd motion work. Duct taped on.

    1 point
  • Shawn BorskyShawn Borsky, over 8 years ago

    I opened this expecting it to be a clinic for designers who use the Avenir typeface too much. I didn't realize I was wrong for a good minute once the site had loaded.

    1 point
  • Kyle CookKyle Cook, over 8 years ago

    After 3 tries, I'm yet to get the entire site to load properly.

    1 point
  • David DarnesDavid Darnes, over 8 years ago

    Very stylish site. I like the colour and bold style. I also like the animations, but not all at once. I think if you took most of it away it'd probably improve it.

    1 point
  • Chris LeckieChris Leckie, over 8 years ago

    Pfffft, they've got nothing on my dentist. http://www.citrusdentalcare.co.uk/

    1 point
  • Cody IddingsCody Iddings, over 8 years ago

    I was expecting the use of Avenir!

    0 points