If you have
a software, app or website product
"better Usability + Conversion" on your ToDo list, but you don't make good progress ...
Then I am looking for your advice!
Would you like to get a regular UX Review report with 3 actionable ux improvements to your product every week?*
The UX Review report is manually created for you and your website with your individual customers and requirements in mind.
I am a freelance Usability Engineer / UX Designer who specialized to improve digital products and conversion. In the recent years I founded and run a few online products myself and want to create a new service which aligns with my passion for ux design and cool online products.
What it is not:
It's NOT a generic "best practice", "tips and tricks" newsletter thing
It's NOT a "user test" or "first impression" feedback video
It's NOT an "automated" software or scraper report
What it is:
It's manually done by a professional UX Designer = me! ;-)
It's a "cognitive walktrough" from the perspective of YOUR users
It's a hand-selected list of the three most important improvement tasks every week, which you can include into your implementation process or sprint right away and not beeing swamped with another 300 things to do at once...
Why for free?
Of course it will be a paid product in the future, but:
In exchange for your advice & early feedback I am offering a FREE 4 week trial. (For the IndieHackers community only!)
If you are interested in improving your UX, just write a comment to this post including
I will then send you a questionnaire to clarify your business goals, ask about your target users and their pain and get to work with reviewing your product...
I am looking for your thoughts, advice and feedback on the whole idea of "Weekly UX Reviews":
What kind of "freemium" would make sense here? 4 weeks for free, only x tasks for free, no free option, etc...
What would be a great valuable "paid product" in your point of view? For what budget?
Do you know any similar offerings or business models?
What "UX Service" would be the most useful for yourself in your current business situation?
Looking forward to read your advice and feedback!