@peter The design is looking great and I like the images you’ve picked! Here’s some final thoughts and QA from me. Thanks for your work on this. The redesigned text and page is going to be a great help to visitors (and our workers!)
On mobile view, two images disappear:
- the gif of faces near the “Fair for listeners” section
- the stream2own bar graph near the “What’s next” section
In the final paragraph, let’s add some links to the Player and to the Forum. I meant to add these in the doc, but missed them:
Aside from the Resonate Player itself, the heart of our global community is our forum, where members chat, share stories, and dream how we change and grow. Join in, get in the conversation, fund our projects, and lend a hand so we can build a better streaming platform.
If possible, I would switch the URL for this page to resonate.is/pricing rather than have stream2own in the URL. When sharing the link on socials, a visitor likely wouldn’t understand that “stream2own” is where they can find pricing information, since they are unfamiliar with the term. Especially so, now that we don’t introduce the term until the last section – preferring instead to refer to the system more generically so that the message is more straightforward.
The old page, /stream2own/ could redirect to /pricing/.
In the second-to-last paragraph, I sugggest removing the sentence: “How can we support and collaborate with each other through collective patronage and verified credentials?”
This is a big jump in complexity relative to the other ideas being pitched. Worthy topic, but would need more than a quick shoutout to be relevant or comprehensible to a casual reader.
I’m also not clear what “collective patronage” is. As in member dividends? As in patreon-style support payments to an artist? I’d want to be on the same page about what this means before having it here.
If there’s a strong stance to keep most of the sentence as is, I suggest changing “verified credentials” to Co-op Creds. A link to the Co-op Creds page will allow curious readers to figure out what we’re hinting at, and see the Resonate connection.