• Benjamin DautonBenjamin Dauton, almost 8 years ago (edited almost 8 years ago )


    (soft porn, not crappy one, there's no scroll hijacking)

    16 points
    • Kramer Weydt, almost 8 years ago

      Save for the inexplicable lack of a quality mobile experience...

      10 points
    • Mike Wilson, almost 8 years ago

      I dunno. To me it just seems very "web 2.0." And I'm still struggling to understand what Atlas is.

      3 points
      • Matthew VernonMatthew Vernon, almost 8 years ago (edited almost 8 years ago )

        Why can't you understand what it is?

        It explains it in plain english straight away. US Company Incorporation, US Business Bank Accounts, US Tax and Legal advice ... available to people from outside the US.

        4 points
        • Kyle BavenderKyle Bavender, over 7 years ago

          Seconded, Matthew. Business is far from being my strength, but I feel like I can explain what Atlas is to someone else.

          If that's not good writing, I don't know what is.

          0 points
  • Brennan Smith, almost 8 years ago

    Stripe always brings the fire on these landing pages. I'm a bit jelly.

    6 points
  • Kyle BavenderKyle Bavender, almost 8 years ago

    Stripe continues to impress me with their dedication to their brand. Their look has remained consistently clean + tactile from their early days. They never dove in full force into the flat trend; their look, in turn, has a mature feel to it.

    It helps that their execution is almost consistently perfect.

    Time to go start a business!

    5 points
    • Saransh SinhaSaransh Sinha, almost 8 years ago (edited almost 8 years ago )

      Couldn't have said it better. Stripe design game has consistently been on point. None of their pages look even a little dated, despite the fact that some of them have been the same for 2/3 years. Kudos to Stripe's design team! BDC never disappoints :D

      2 points
  • Erik BueErik Bue, almost 8 years ago

    nice, but not responsive?

    4 points
  • Kody DahlKody Dahl, almost 8 years ago

    Love this; and while I'm puzzled by the lack of mobile support, I have to imagine that was data driven on some level or another. Past a certain point, I'm not sure how much I'd like to set up articles of incorporation or a new bank account on an iPhone.

    2 points
    • Scott Brown, almost 8 years ago

      Good point, but I'm sure a ton of people learned about this new product through there phone (email, twitter etc.). When the user is just coming to see what it's all about, the site should be responsive to their device. Site looks great, it's just odd that their "marketing/landing page" was microscopic on a phone.

      3 points
      • Kody DahlKody Dahl, almost 8 years ago

        Yep. That's a great counter-point - first impressions should probably be at least easily readable, and a HUGE number of first impressions are on small devices like that.

        0 points
  • Dan GDan G, almost 8 years ago

    Think this is nice but it would benefit from an increasing in the contrast between a lot of elements. It's probably fine for designers / people who are super visual but I'd be interested to see if they tested it with older / visually impaired people.

    1 point
  • katie fricks, almost 8 years ago

    Always love Stripe. The landing page reminds me of a more minimal version of CIT Bank's landing page: https://www.bankoncit.com/

    1 point
  • Huseyin EmanetHuseyin Emanet, almost 8 years ago

    Holy crap this is awesome!

    1 point
  • Victor MeyerVictor Meyer, over 7 years ago

    Nice use of SVG and linear gradients to make the rainbows. Love it.

    0 points
  • Scott Burns, almost 8 years ago

    Doesn't seem to load in Safari... Does look rather pretty in Chrome though!

    0 points
  • Ronnie JohnsonRonnie Johnson, almost 8 years ago

    Oh, man. This is killer.

    0 points