Jazzychad - Fix Your Blog Links ;)
At least you can click your way there through the "About" link in the header, albeit that is two clicks.
Edit: Ok, after lots of people calling me out on this, I've added a link to my homepage in the nav section :)
"I'm not just picking on Flattr, they are just the last in a long line of blogs that have done this."
Wouldn't it be simpler and much more straightforward to just add a blog link to both your blog and your main site, make your blog look like your main site and make the logo link to your main site. After all, isn't your blog part of your main site?
Also, when you click on your profile link on the right of your blog you get a posterous profile page. Seems like that should link to the about page as well.
Heh, it's not actually part of the "main site"; we're using Posterous for the blog, but I'm really happy you think it is part of it -- means my CSS hacks have worked. :)
So much, in fact, that when I saw your pricing I had to do a double take. Eight hundred dollars a month for a service when the site looks amateurish?
I don't mean to humiliate you publicly. But you must look into that. It doesnt look right.
We're working on a redesign, but I'm sure if you asked any of our customers about our internal design (which does follow a grid and was sort of a v2 of our external design) they'd say they were pretty happy with it thus far. Doesn't mean it can't improve, of course. Design is incredibly important to us and we're always working on making it better.
But I assure you we're looking into the external design and making it even cleaner than it already is.
I wouldn't call the service expensive or cheap. In security, price is not important. People will pay anything to be and feel secure. But the whole secure thing must start from the image you convey. You must refactor the design. The logo is cute, the colors are nice. But it doesn't affirm what you just told me up there: that you guys are not amateurs.
Shoot me an email (on my profile). I'd like to talk to you about it privately.
It's like when someone has bad breath, but online. You really don't want to mention it...