Suggestion 1: Unwrap the banner text such that it occupies a single, horizontally scrolling line. This way, the text will not push the rest of the content further down the screen.
Suggestion 2: Add the “Schedule a Demo” button inside the mobile navigation. This ensures visitors will be able to express their interest in Docyt no matter their current scroll position.
Suggestion 3: Display your Capterra and App Store ratings immediately on page load, in addition to those from GetApp and G2. This helps establish social proof and credibility with new website visitors, and encourages them to scroll down.
Suggestion 4: Shorten the heading to minimize the time it takes visitors to understand what Docyt is.
Suggestion 5: Showcase an image of Docyt to allow visitors to visualize what the heading and subtitle are describing. To accommodate the narrower dimensions of mobile devices, this image will be of the iOS app.
Suggestion 6: Remove search from the navbar. While search functionality is a valuable tool for improving user experience and engagement on content-rich websites, it may not be as beneficial or even counterproductive on conversion-focused pages (like this one) where the goal is to guide users towards a specific action with minimal distractions.
Suggestion 7: Due to the increased width of desktop displays, an image of Docyt on web and mobile can be displayed side-by-side, removing the need for “Available on Web, iOS and Android” to be shown.
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