I hit send too soon, sorry. More random thoughts and ideas to spur conversation. These are pretty unfiltered, so I apologize if I offend anyone.
Documentation, Publications, Forum, FAQ, and Wiki all open new windows and take the user off site. I think this is pretty jarring. Normally links like this at the top of the page simply navigate to a different page on the same site. I vote that we do what we have to to make publications, documentation and FAQ look like just another part of the website. Wiki should be renamed to “Github wiki” and Forum should be renamed to Cesium Google Group or similar, to make it clear that those links are taking the user somewhere else. Another idea: maybe we can have a description pop up in the white space under these links that changes as you mouse over each one?
Regardless of mobile, I still think the site is way to wide, it just looks “oversized” as if I’m browsing at a low-resolution or hit the zoom button. The “Fork me on Github” manner overlaps the Documentation link for me, since I don’t browse full screen all of the time.
“Getting Started” and “View Demos” buttons seem almost hidden at the bottom of the page. Why not a “Get latest version” right at the top of the page that grabs the zip release directly. Then inside the zip release there should be a GettingStarted.md, maybe it should be rolled into the README? When I go get a product, I just want to download it, it takes way too many clicks on our site.
For each of the 7 links in the “header” section, we should have a paragraph/blurb about on the main page like we do for Wiki/Live Coding/Blog. I’m not sure “Live Coding” belongs front in center here either, and wold just relegate it to the demos page. I also don’t like the term “Live coding” it has no meaning to me. Even something like “Jump right in” is better to me than live coding.