Don't forget add specific questions or things to focus on while evaluating!
I completely revamped my benefits section, that's what I'm trying to evaluate.
Here are my questions:
Looks like a great product!
Hey, thanks for the feedback!
To be honest, I haven't done any research prior to developing the app, since I knew I was going to develop it anyway, because I really wanted it myself.
I'm not quite sure what you mean by "jobs to be done".
Do you remember any of the apps you've seen?
I tried to write the text in a way that is interesting and easy to read. I don't have stats to evaluate how successful that is though.
I think I have a great idea for a headline to get people to read the text, which is probably a good way of getting started with Google Optimize. I'll post updates on how that goes on the IH product page.
I haven't done any UX interviews on the page, but I tried gathering feedback via IH threads, which has been really helpful so far.
That being said, isn't 15 secs stretching it? I thought it was 3 secs, but it could be that thats the time to decide for the headline-worthyness
Jobs To Be Done (JTBD) is a product management framework, helps to find out what your customers really want and where your product is among competition (some more details, for example - https://jtbd.info/2-what-is-jobs-to-be-done-jtbd-796b82081cca).
One of the common apps that i have on my phone (though honestly, never used it) is "Books in Action" (https://www.mentorist.app/).
That's great to collect feedback! Though still important to note that we may be far from your target segment, IH is quite specific, you know :)
Did you think maybe about hiring a UX researcher to help with all these interviews and customer insights? Usually these guys help to skyrocket an idea by finding true customers needs, pains and tensions with the product (or the landing at least)
Ty for the links! No, I don't really plan on hiring anyone, I'd rather learn how to do everything myself first before paying someone else to do it for me.
Makes total sense :) good luck with your endeavors!
I was curious by the idea of "converting notes into habits". I wasn't sure how it works though, I didn't see enough information in the video on the home page, there's too much typing. You prob want to demonstrate this concept of "converting notes into" habits into something that takes ideally less than 8 seconds.
I've completely rewritten the benefits section, could you take a look at it again maybe?
I still don't get it. By the time I finish reading the headline, 10 secs of the videos pass. I also tried to watch the video alone, I still don't get it how I can convert notes into habits. Maybe focus on demonstrating how you convert a single note into a single habit.
That's a really good idea. I currently don't have the time to redo the video, but I'll definitely keep it mind when creating the actual video. Thanks a lot!
Ty for the feedback! The problem is that this is hard to explain in 8 seconds. The idea was to get the visitor interested in how this is achieved by reading the rest. I'm currently rewriting the page. It has probably slightly more text, but it'll better formatted and with graphics to make it more interesting.
About the video, I get what you mean. For now, I'll stick with the existing video, but I'll definitely create a real promo video eventually that can hopefully address this.
I think your landing page doesn't tell enough information about your product. Also, The two CTA's at the end i.e. email and the download btn. togther doesn't do the justification. I don't find it convincing enough to install it.
Maybe you can add some content in between them like screenshot of apps explaining features or probably the pricing section can come here too. For illustrations, you can check out https://undraw.co/illustrations .
I would love to know your feedback on my Saas which is called Designtack.
About your feedback:
Let's check out your site:
All in all, I think your users probably have one specific "flow" of going from 0 to having content for their 3 platforms. Making one small section for each step could be a great way to convey that.
Also, I've completely rewritten the benefits section, could you take a look at it again maybe?
Thank you for the feedback. I will do the necessary!