Get people to know about your product before it launches so they will come back when it goes live. We can help you create a killer coming soon landing page design that opens a line of communication with your potential users.
With a great coming soon landing page you can start marketing your product before it's ready for the market. The main goal of this page is to grow an audience. The earlier you start, the better chance you get to enter the market with users on board.
To make people interested, you need to tell a good story. Be open, honest, and transparent about what you are building. Make sure you tell visitors how you are going to make their lives better, and explain why you want them to subscribe.
People who subscribe to your updates are your potential customers. You can use their contact details in your email marketing and retargeting campaigns. Make sure you keep them interested in your product until the launch day.
In the screen recording video, we'll show your app in action communicating its main idea in 15‑30 seconds. We add copy to videos if needed and localize it for different audiences.
Building a buzz around your product requires some growth hacking strategies. Incentivize people to share your page with their friends on social media by offering rewards for every referral. You can also build viral sharing tactics into your email campaigns.
We're many years in design and have seen all sorts of landing pages. We know what works, and can help you design a coming soon landing page that converts visitors into subscribers.
What problem will you be solving? Create a value proposition that interests people.
Showcase how many people have already signed up for your updates and liked your Facebook page.
Add an incentive for visitors to share the information about your product with their friends and followers.
Invite visitors to join your email list and receive updates about your product and when it goes live.
Create a feeling of exclusivity using deadlines, inviting to member-only groups, and limiting the available supply.
Offer content people want to consume. An ebook, market research – anything that solves a problem.
We specialize in SaaS product design. View our case studies to learn more about how we work and see our design portfolio.
USA | Data engineering
Slamdata is an engineering startup working on a data preparation solution that simplifies the process of data analysis for data scientists and marketing managers.
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Sweden | Big data
Gamaya is an AgTech company that provides a platform for monitoring and diagnostics of crops enabled by hyperspectral imaging and artificial intelligence.
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You can at least three options to design a coming soon landing page: pick out a ready-made template, design the page using a website builder, or go with fully custom design and front-end development.
The first option is the cheapest and fastest, but a template-based design might not get you the results you're looking for. The last option is the slowest and most expensive, and it's not reasonable at the pre-launch stage. And what do think about the second option?
Webflow is a customizable design platform that allows you to create great landing pages without having to use code. Unlike other website builders, Webflow is a bit difficult for a beginner but it does stand tall when it comes to design.
You have full control over the look and feel of your website. And with our skills, your landing pages will look like they were designed and coded from scratch, just like this website you're looking at!
If you have questions that are not listed here, send them to us via email.
You will get 3-5 design versions to choose from, and it's very unlikely that you will remain unsatisfied. Probably, you will like all of them. In any case, we are always happy to A/B test your coming soon pages and let the users decide what works best.
This will depend on your project. We offer three pricing models: weekly sprints, monthly subscription, and support hours. For coming soon page design, it's probably best to choose support hours because this is a small project. You can learn more about our pricing plans here.
Seemingly fast to create, coming soon pages might be tricky. You might require illustrations, animations, or any other graphically time-consuming designs. Your project length will depend on the design complexity. But most likely, it won't require more than a week of work. Email the details of your project to us and we will provide a more precise estimation.
Analyze of course. How many visitors does your coming soon page receive? Does it need a boost on socials? Is your value proposition enticing enough to make people want it? Does your copy sound convincing? Do you need any incentives to motivate people to leave an email? If everything is fine with your value proposition, your copy, traffic, and incentive, but people still don't subscribe, maybe it's a design problem – something we can help you with.