Successful startups understand the importance of good design. Design plays a huge role in whether your product or service is understood, used and liked or whether it’s ignored. This is true, of course, of the design of the product itself, but it’s also true of the landing page that you use to promote it. As Paul Graham once said, you’re competing with the back button – so your landing page needs to be compelling and encourage casual visitors to stay and check out what you’ve built.

Startup Landing Pages

Of course, all of this is significantly easier said than done. It’s easy to say “build a compelling landing page”, but it’s harder to actually do it without seeing some examples first. To help give you an idea of what works and what doesn’t, we’ve brought together some examples of our favourite landing page designs for startups. Each of these has been expertly crafted and is the result of a lot of thinking, revisions and effort. We hope you find the collection useful for your next landing page design project, or that they give you some ideas around things you could tweak and update about your existing landing page. Click on the images will take you to their sources..))

Potluck

Potluck

Codecademy

Codecademy

Screenleap

Screenleap

Coderwall

Coderwall

Sparrow

Sparrow

Readmill

Readmill

CarWoo

CarWoo

Instacart

Instacart

Automatic

Automatic

Sketch

Sketch

Easel

Easel

Cloudant

Cloudant

Geckoboard

Geckoboard

Adioso

Adioso

Flutter

Flutter

Have you found any creative, inspiring and interesting examples of landing pages that you’d like to share? We’d love to hear what you’ve come across in the comments.

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  1. Great ideas. I take advantage of bulk postage rates to send mass mailing out to inform people of my landing page! working well so far!

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