Name.com Homepage Gets a Facelift!

Okay, so maybe it’s not a full facelift, but we did smooth out a few wrinkles and clean up a few blotches. Now the homepage is looking nice and refreshed!

We’re currently testing a couple different versions of this page, so the one that you come across may not look like the screenshot above, it may look like this:

If you get this page, nothing is wrong, it’s very intentional. At least that’s our story and we’re sticking to it. 😉

Naturally, the most important part of this is your feedback. So far the response has been really positive, which we’ll admit is a nice ego boost, but we’ve also received some good constructive criticism.

What are your thoughts? Do you like the new direction? Dislike? Why? We’d love to hear from you!


Comments
Harvey Specter
Posted at 9:36 pm August 30, 2010
Harmony Infotech
Author

I love the new layout which slightly looks like homepage for some kind of game. Now only if give us some great Coupons to play with, we would be happier a lot.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 1:43 am August 31, 2010
Webmaster Crunch
Author

personally i prefer to the second one, name.com should keep the footer links for better navigation. 🙂

Harvey Specter
Posted at 7:41 pm August 31, 2010
namedotcom
Author

Appreciate the feedback guys!

Harvey Specter
Posted at 12:13 pm September 1, 2010
Chandan
Author

the 4 blocks looks good 🙂 i think u can try with diff tlds blocks in slide show style 🙂

Harvey Specter
Posted at 1:51 am September 2, 2010
Samatva
Author

Thank you for keeping it simple – please don't ever become GoDaddy (in *any* way!).

Harvey Specter
Posted at 5:47 pm September 3, 2010
Keeacho
Author

The new layout is great, certainly commands attention. I like the direction you are heading, and I second the GoDaddy comment — we like buying domains from a company that has a sense of community and culture, not just boobs popping out of a shirt and cheap gimmicks. Would be great to revamp the remaining portions, get some more character in the logo to give Name.com a stronger brand presence, and bring the user interface more in line with current dev & design trends. That would truly put Name.com up a notch.