Originally Posted by Turtile
1. Register, join, sign up etc. needs to be big and easy to find. The purpose of the site needs to be clear.
2. The upload photo link needs a big button that's easy to find.
3. The search button should be large and easy to find.
4. The text links need to be at a readable size for modern monitors and older users.
I second all of these suggestions.
Users need a ONE-TWO-THREE approach. Big buttons. Register. Upload. Etc.
PhotoPost is too geeky. Most users don't know where to begin with it. Also, they compare it to the other free image hosting galleries available today, and there's no contest. Why should they bother?
Also--and this is VERY IMPORTANT--the new PhotoPost must be made extensible. What I mean by that is that users need a way to upload to a PhotoPost gallery from common image editing applications: lightroom, picasa, etc.