The Landing Page Manifesto [Typographic Essay]

By | Google+ , July 22nd, 2010 in Landing Pages | 7 comments

This post is the first in a series exploring the Landing Page Manifesto – which is a set of guiding principles for producing effective landing pages. The idea is to recognize the various elements required to address the complexities of conversion centered design, and teach it through the use of metaphor.

Each follow-up post in this series will take one idea from the manifesto and explore it via example and metaphor for greater comprehension.

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Co-Founder of Unbounce. Oli has seen more landing pages than anyone on the planet. He is an opinionated writer and international speaker on Conversion Centered Design. You should follow Oli on Twitter
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  1. Cr8tivejen says:

    Love it!!!

  2. Tami Smith says:

    Fantastic. I just read the 12 Step Landing Page Rehab Program post you wrote and love the way you break down each aspect into actionable steps. This is a good visual to reinforce each step. Really good stuff!

  3. Helen Stepchuk says:

    Love it!

  4. oligardner says:

    Thanks Tami. I actually started out with this one then it transformed to become the 12-steps, so yeah there's a pretty close connection.

  5. Ryan Orrico says:

    Dude, this is awesome! Thanks so much

  6. Brilliant. I hope all the graphic designers out there discover this page, and then start referring their business to real web designers!

  7. Tom Collinson says:

    Hi, Oli – I would love to see a poster sized version – I was about to print this out hoping to see a PDF or High-Res link :(