1. Header: The page starts with a header where the GitBook logo is placed at the top left corner of the page. On the top right corner, there are two buttons- "Sign in" and "Try for free." This header is fixed and visible throughout the page.
2. Hero Section: Below the header, there is a hero section that has a brief intro text along with an image of a laptop and a mobile phone displaying a GitBook webpage. The heading "The Modern Publishing Platform for Teams" is written in bold and serves as the main message for the section. A "Try for free" button is placed prominently below the hero section.
3. Features Section: The features section consists of three columns that describe the key features of GitBook. A heading "Why GitBook" introduces the section. Each column has an icon, a heading, and a brief description of the feature. The columns highlight key features such as collaboration, versioning, and customization.
4. Testimonials Section: This section features feedback from satisfied GitBook customers. There are three columns of customer testimonials, and each column comprises an image of the customer, a quote from them, and their name, title, and company.
5. Integrations Section: This section describes the various integrations that GitBook supports. There are logos of different tools and services that the platform integrates with. A "See All Integrations" button is also present.
6. Plans Section: This section showcases the pricing plans of GitBook. There are four columns for the various plans: Free, Starter, Pro, and Custom. Each column describes the features of the plan and the pricing associated with it. A "Choose your plan" button is placed at the bottom.
7. Footer: The page ends with the footer. It contains links to some core pages like "Product," "Features," "Pricing," and "Blog." Additionally, there are links to GitBook's social media pages, a "Contact Us" button, and the copyright information.