Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by garrido, Jun 24, 2013.
Its something new and responsive, that's for sure.
Roses are red, violets are blue. Fiverr 2.0 is better than a dinner for two
I like the old version better.
there is too much going on...the old fiverr had all the info you needed above the fold
now you have to scroll.
also there are no filters so you cannot find what you want.
load of people are losing money because of the POOR search
looks warm cold and friendly indeed
I liked the old version, I'm already so used to it.
Old version was better, more user friendly if I'm honest.
The new version feel's better, also heard that the basic price of 5$ is going to be increased, is it true?
I like the old version better but i guess if I got used to it then it would not be a problem. But I really liked the way you could see/identify 1 person or service in the search results really easy by simply scrolling down. Since it is responsive I am getting 5 gigs across which is to much of an eye strain to read and filter through to find what you are looking for. Luckily, it is responsive though so i can re-size the browser window to fit 2 gigs across
I like the new version, it's still going to take a little time to get completely used to it, but first impressions are pretty good (I have noticed a small drop in sales, but I've always found I've had ups and downs on the site).
i also like the new version, a bit to get used to be good layout
saw it today, the old one was better
I like the design but I guess my PC and notebook are getting old after just 7 months? Twitter, Facebook and Fiverr grind my poor PC's to a crawl.
Everything is more spread out, and at first harder to find, but the previous features are still there. You now search for the niche service you want first, then the 'top rated,' or '24 hour' filter options come up. The new layout may make it easier to find or display gig that are not top rated, so a new gig may have the opportunity to be seen better than under the old format. And most prominently, the 'only $5' subtitle has been replaced with a "starting at $5" title, showing Fiverr is indeed moving towards a multi-price model for offering gigs.
Lol, before New fiverr 50-150$ perday and now 20-30$,
R.I.P search feature and it's always stuck for a week or a month (It's like penguin/panda update)
I like the design, much more up to date if you want to look at it in a design perspective, but as others have said previously, you don't get the same overview as you did before, might also be because we aren't used to it yet.
I have also just seen the email... i must admit the change was way overdue... however, it will take some time for me to adjust!
I think it is easier to scan gigs down vertically instead of this new 5 across style
Would you update your site to look like that?
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