[www.kde.org] [Bug 430639] New: neon.kde.org: no visible call-to-action to download KDE Neon

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            Bug ID: 430639
           Summary: neon.kde.org: no visible call-to-action to download
                    KDE Neon
           Product: www.kde.org
           Version: unspecified
          Platform: Other
                OS: Linux
            Status: REPORTED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: NOR
         Component: general
          Assignee: kde-www at kde.org
          Reporter: guimarcalsilva at gmail.com
  Target Milestone: ---

Created attachment 134239
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Neon's current website


I wanted to download KDE Neon stable and accessed neon.kde.org, but in the main
page the only call-to-action refers to a page talking about how to upgrade for
existing users. It says: "Now rebased on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, upgrade now."

The download link is "hidden" in the header. I believe the website should have
a very visible button in the center of the page (where there's the image with
the lake) with a link for the download page. That way visitors could easily be
redirected to download Neon instead of searching for the download link in the

Maybe it could have two big buttons with attention grabbing colors. One with
"Download Now" and another with "Upgrade from 18.04", so it would be like:

                             Introducing KDE neon

The latest and greatest of KDE community software packaged on a rock-solid

                    [Download Now] or [Upgrade from 18.04]

Why I think this is important: 

Usually websites want users to perform an expected action. A way to make that
happen is by what is called a "call-to-action". That can be a buttton or a link
that leads the user to perform the desired action. It's a simple but effective
way to make more people be compelled to give KDE Neon a try.

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