Powerful in its simplicity
Everything is a single page. The request form, testimonials, and descriptions are all together. Simple and effective!
What better way to sell your product than with showing what people think of it! A nice touch and definitely a selling point!
Straightforward access request form
An email address, a twitter handle and a button. That's it. Probably takes 2 seconds to send. No complicated questions, just a beautiful responsive form. Kudos!
Clear description of what the product does
If you're visiting the page for the first time, you'd like to learn more about the product. The 4 bullet points are more than enough to get you up to speed and make a decision on whether to sign up or not.
Nice colour scheme
I always appreciate a dark colour scheme when I see one. Dark background on light text. Much easier on the eyes. Tibo does a brilliant job at creating a distinct colour scheme. Plus it has a nice contrast for accessibility!
Suggestions for improvement
The description is nice but I would like to see some screenshots of what to expect after I sign up. How do the reports look like?
Request Access button contrast
This is an accessibility issue. The Request Access button on the form last sufficient contrast:
Below is the Web AIM Contrast Checker result:
<iframe> needs a title
The testimonials section is surrounded by an
iframes need a
title in order to be fully accessible:
Twitter link needs a discernible name
The Twitter link at the bottom is basically an
<a> tag with an
<svg> inside it. Screen readers don't know how to describe this to their users unless there's some text describing it. An
aria-label will do the trick.
A simple, effective website, with a clear description of what the product is about. Some minor accessibility issues.
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