Announcing the Private Beta for the Brand New TrueTrophies Website

By Rich Stone,
A few weeks ago we launched a complete redesign of the TrueAchievements website - and after a few more weeks work and various tweaks, we're now pleased to bring the same design over to the TrueTrophies website.

Up until now we've had two versions of the site - one for mobile users and one for desktop. The mobile version, while fast and light, is missing the vast majority of the functionality of the desktop site.

We are going to be replacing those two sites with a single responsive site that works across all devices and screen sizes, and that contains all of the existing desktop functionality. This means you will no longer need to use the desktop view on your mobile just to use the site properly.

We've taken this opportunity to redesign many of the main site pages - every single page and control has been rewritten, resulting in a much cleaner, faster site:



We've even added several new features - including our new notifications system and our Gamer Menu, which you can see in action by playing this video:



The Beta has been tested by many of our volunteer staff over the last few weeks, and we are now ready to launch the new site to our Pro Account holders.

Pro Account holders can now access the beta from this link. If you have a Pro Account and cannot access this page, please log out of TT and then back in to see it. If you don't have a Pro Account and would like to take part, you can upgrade your account here.

You can also flip back to the original site from that link at any time.

Note: While we have tested the site as much as we can, given the thousands of controls that have changed and the number of different devices that the site will be running on, you may well find some issues. If you do, please post about them in this thread.

We'll be launching the responsive site to the public as soon as we are completely happy with this final testing phase.
Rich Stone
Written by Rich Stone
Creator of TrueTrophies, TrueAchievements and TrueSteamAchievements. Loves racing games, not convinced by RPGs.