Your changelog and release notes visitors are your customers, not somebody else's.
So the experience they have on your changelog page should match the look, feel, and brand experience you've carefully implemented across the rest of your marketing site, right? We think so. It seems obvious, but too many times a company ships a changelog experience vastly different than the one on their marketing site and in their product.
That's why, here at LaunchNotes, we've always provided a deep roster of customization options so our customers can deliver a consistent, on-brand experience to their end users.
LaunchNotes customers can leverage our out-of-the-box, no-code customization tools—which give full control over things like custom colors and logos. Or use our built-in HTML and CSS editor to have nearly total control over the page design.
Another option is to work alongside our in-house design team, who can match your marketing website pixel for pixel. We can even include custom elements like navigation bars, bespoke layouts, animations and other effects. The sky's the limit!
But why not see for yourself.
Below are a few of our favorite examples of customized LaunchNotes pages that look and feel like an extension of the company's overall brand. These are all real pages from real LaunchNotes customers.
Take a look at each example to see how well the marketing site (left) matches the LaunchNotes page (right).
If you want to learn more—and possibly see a free proof of concept page designed for your company—schedule a call with us today!
If you want to learn more—and possibly see a free proof of concept page designed for your company—book a 1-1 demo today!
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