Amazing Coming Soon and Private Beta Pages
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was the last time you saw a coming soon or launching soon Web page?
There are constantly new tools, applications, and services launching on
the Web; so many that it’s often hard to keep up. You’ll find that a lot
of these Web pages happen to feature some really cool “coming soon”
of these tools, apps, and services also choose to launch in private
beta. If you’ve joined as many private betas as me, then you’ve come
across a lot of amazing private beta invite pages as well. Not all nice
looking websites are necessarily open to the public. Many of them are
there to let you know that something new is coming.
of this, we want to showcase 12 of these amazing websites that are
sporting some amazing “launching soon” pages. Unfortunately we can’t
list them all, but this list will really show you some of the best
coming soon and private beta pages invite that are out there.
is a team productivity tool for the iPad that will be launching soon.
This app claims to be “the future of email.” As you’ll see, it also
seems to be the future of great launch pages thanks to its horizontally
scrolling Website, and its elegantly designed theme to match.
Hangnest, currently in private beta, will be the
place to find global hangouts. No matter where you’re travelling,
Hangnest can be your source for fun and entertainment. Their beta invite
page is simple, yet eye-catching; the map background really helps it to
stand out among the rest.
currently in private beta, is a community for Web developers and
designers who are looking for inspiration. It’s also a great place for
saving and organizing your own codes and designs. Wintrr has a very
unique and responsive website layout, and a great color scheme.
you first visit Hoblee’s private beta invite page, you may think that
it’s nothing special. However, once you start scrolling down the page,
you’re sure to be impressed with its refreshing colors and clean layout.
The footer bar that turns into the header bar once you start scrolling,
is also a very nice touch.
is launching a website based on surreal dreams and imaginary friends;
that alone is an interesting concept. The website design is slightly on
the eerie side, yet also pretty creative. I almost expected the
strawberry to start talking, but sadly it doesn’t.
is looking for people who would like to help launch their site, which
is sure to make you smarter since it’s all about science! If you love
anything and everything about science, this website is for you. I
especially love the partly hand drawn slideshow on the homepage.
website is both stunning and responsive, so it will look great on any
type of device. You can currently sign up to be a part of the launch. My
favorite part of this website is the background image on the top
header, which is also filled with cool little icons.
Case is another awesome website for designers and developers; it’s a
great place to discover, collect, and share awesome Web tools. Their
private beta invite page has a gorgeous, dark background with just the
right amount of color to really make it pop.
will soon launch a website that will “change the way you use social
networks.” I love the little affect that you see when you move your
mouse around the page: the thumbnail images at the top move slightly in
the opposite direction of the mouse.
has a really awsome private beta invite page - one that I could
and framework that solves HTML5 performance issues, it’s only right
that the website showcases one of the cool things that it can do.
has a private beta invite page that is both creative and interactive.
Just click on your answer to the question at the top of the page, and
the website will do the rest. A beautiful dark theme and some cool
little effects, what more can you ask for?
we have Facebook’s new Graph Search Web page, the page is almost as
cool as the feature itself - which is currently in a very limited beta
program. You’ve got a nice large slider at the top with some subtle
effects, and a clean design that really draws you in. After seeing this
page, who wouldn’t want to try out Graph Search?
Over to YouFrom
this list, which Web page is your favorite? Have you come across any
cool “coming soon” or “private beta invite” pages lately? Freel free to
share in the comments.