BatchBook, BatchBlue.com Get Refreshes

It seems like every time I hunker down to do a fairly substantail redesign, I end up doing a refresh for both BatchBook and BatchBlue.com. The last time was just last October.

BatchBook

First was the refresh of BatchBook. We had a few goals in mind that I wrote about on the BatchBlue Blog post. Among them:

And the results. Here’s the contacts page:

BatchBook Contacts screenshot
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And here’s what an individual contact page looks like:

BatchBook Contact Detail screenshot
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If you haven’t noticed how cool that social media integration is, I encourage you to look hard. Or, sign up even. :)

BatchBlue.com

And while I’m on the redesign kick, why stop with the app? Off to the marketing site I went. Here I worked with some great design concepts by the lovely and talented Mikey Hougland to do a home page/footer refresh. Again, a goals list:

And the results:

BatchBlue.com screenshot
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And there we have it. I’m curious to hear what you think!

5 Comments

  1. On May 21st, 2009 at 10:13 am Adam said:

    One thing I noticed about the homepage is that it no longer features the custom BatchBooks for realtors, designers, etc. In fact, I can’t find them at all anymore!

  2. On May 21st, 2009 at 10:59 am Adam Darowski said:

    Hi Adam: That area was actually left out TEMPORARILY. We’re collecting some more user info and will turn that into one more area of the home page. Stay tuned for that. But in the meantime, I’ll take a look at getting those back in there somewhere. It’s good stuff! :)

  3. On May 21st, 2009 at 11:10 am Chel said:

    When I saw the screencast hit the front page I cheered. They should be easily found because they are so helpful.

    I’ve seen you talk about how you’ve made the screencasts on the blog, but not the screencast themselves. Would be cool if they hit the feed so your users have another way of getting the content!

  4. On May 21st, 2009 at 11:37 am Adam Darowski said:

    Hi Chel: The screencasts actually have their own feed, but I’ll do a better job of posting screencasts to the blog feed when they’re updated. I’ll be doing a whole new set soon, since we’ve got a new design and a bunch of new features to show off! :)

  5. On May 21st, 2009 at 2:10 pm Chel said:

    Cool!

    I just didn’t see them in the regular feed so assumed they weren’t there. Off to subscribe. Thanks Adam!