It can be really hard to argue against taking a simplistic approach to website design. This web design uses a large image to set the environment for the product. Though the connection is somewhat vague we do get a sense that it’s a business-related product. The image seems to intentionally be open-ended and could fit into most any industry. Which makes good sense when you see what the product is—an online source of free legal documents that anyone can use. From there, a concise sales pitch and with key action steps drive visitors toward becoming active users. As they say, keep it simple stupid.
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