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Stripe has a new funky landing page which I'm so-so on overall, but I like the detail of the dashed lines for the columns on the page. It's subtle, you have to look closely.

I find that it sort of shows off the infrastructure of the page's layout in a bit that is kind of on-brand with what Stripe does overall. It's a nice touch.


Personal preference, but, I think they need to lose the weird gradient overlay on the headline. That's the only thing that really throws it off for me!


I was thinking the same exact thing


Same. It just throws the text and color off for me.


I have absolutely no idea what's happening with web design lately.. but a company with so much cash as Stripe can experiment and publish a new landing page every week if they want :)


I'm a big fan of pitch.com's landing.

one page love is a great resource for these sort of pages in case anyone hasn't checked it out.


That scroll animation on pitch.com though, wow that's beautiful.


I released Landr recently.

Landr is a landing page website builder which makes it super easy to create landing websites.

Feel free to checkout the product and provide feedback :)


I don't know if you already know, but there's already a Landr around, which is basically an online automated music mastering service


Full Stack open is my fav simplest website ever seen!


Finery.io loads a different landing page each time you visit it.
fibery.io/anxiety is my favorite


That's great. Thanks for sharing. The self deprecation on anxiety got a good laugh out of me. 😁


Hi Ben, what do you think of the landing page from Endtest?

I do work for that company.
But I didn't work on that landing page, so feel free to criticize.


It's a lot of fun! I think everything below the fold could use a little more polish.