The thing that makes this website design interesting is the iPhone style slider at the top that acts as a sort of funnel to ask a user whether they’re part of a team or an individual. I think it’s a pretty nifty little thing, except for the slight counterintuitive aspect of when you click on the ‘team’ button it switches to the ‘individual’ part, and vice-versa. I am a little bit unsure about the idea of using mobile elements on sites that are designed for the web. But it’s interesting to see these elements make their way onto sites in the desktop browser environment.

After checking the site out on my iPhone, that button doesn’t seem to work. In this scenario it’s not a good idea to serve up something that looks like a native UI element but doesn’t function like one.


Jay Barry

I design and code things for the internet. Aside from writing and reviewing here on UnmatchedStyle, I play drums in a band called Lunch Money.