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SaaS Product Website - Looking for your feedback!🙌🏼🙈

Hello everyone!

I'm Jassil, an Entrepreneur and a Product Designer from India! With my close buddies and now cofounders, we're building a SaaS Product called Bottle (Isn't it a nice name hahaha)

Bottle is a collaboration tool that helps you to manage and improve your team's work and culture. Let me explain.

From our research, we noticed that teams used one tool to communicate (Slack, Teams, WhatsApp, Mails) and another tool to manage their tasks/work (Trello, Asana, Notion).

An average team has to use two different tools at one point, and this definitely caused some level of inefficiency. Besides, it's two tools that a manager pays per user.

With Bottle, you can communicate as well as assign and manage tasks/work in one tool. It's effortless, swift, and aimed to increase collaboration!

So, after loads of brainstorming, my team and I redesigned our website and developed it. Here is the link:
https://www.bottlehq.com/

I would be super duper happy if you can check it out and give any feedback that you may have for us! If you have a website and need someone to give feedback, feel free to drop in here! I'll do my best!

Quick tip:
We used Sprint Planning process for designing our website. If you don't know, it's a process invented by 3 awesome designers at Google, and you can design any idea in just 7 days! It's awesome, do try it out!

Anyway, that's all from my end for now! I look forward to hearing from you all!
Thanks for the support!❤️🙈

  1. 3

    Very well done! Looks great.

    @Rubbermeetroad's advice is great, CTA a more vibrant color to stand out would be great

    1. 3

      Thank you, Casey!
      I am definitely going to experiment with that now! :D

  2. 2

    Jassil!
    It's looking pretty good. You did something that seems to be very difficult for most startups, which is explaining, in few words, exactly what you do and what's your value proposition.

    Designwise
    The design is looking clean, just one thing is bothering me, which is the fact that the left button (Get your invitation") is not aligned with the Headline and copy above (my OCD is killing me here haha)

    Contentwise
    About the content, well done. A small thing I'd change is the repetition of "One tool" in the headline and the copie. I'd try to only use it in the headline.

    CRO-wise
    Talking Conversion Rate Optimization (my field) few tips:

    • Vibrant colors, as @Rubbermeetroad said.
    • Try "Get my invitation" instead of "Get your invitation" (believe me, it does work).
    • Why did you leave the fact that your tool is free just for people that scroll to the bottom? Bring it up! Peope love free stuff.
    • Social proof is a strong weapon. Use it!
    • Did you consider A/B testing?
    1. 2

      Holy wow this is awesome feedback!
      Thanks a lot, Franco!

      I am definitely going to tweak the website to your suggestions!

      Also, no, we haven't really A/B tested because we don't have such strong traffic coming in consistently yet!

      1. 1

        I'm glad it helped!
        Yep, getting the traffic is hard.
        I'm fighting with SEO right now (learning a lot).

  3. 2

    Nice, clear landing page.

    "Join the Indian Workplace Revolution!" doesn't really add much (in fact, perhaps it excludes Western audiences a little) - would replace with something benefit driven, like "See what a high performing team feels like today!"

    1. 1

      You're right, I am going to figure out a better copy for the Indian bit! Since our main target audience will be in India, we thought of placing that copy.

      Thanks a lot for your feedback, harvellocapello!

  4. 2

    Looks Great Jassil.

    A little feedback:

    I see you have a demo video that walk us through the product.
    A regular lazy user like me won't read the whole page but would rather watch the video to understand the product.
    So, the video should show the problem and the solution you are providing and how it is different with other tools in the same domain.
    I watched it for a minute and I saw a task list and a calendar and as a user I noticed it's similar to other project management tools like Jira and Asana etc.
    So I didn't understand what problem this tool is solving, I guess that should be clear in the video.

    For example, check canny.io website, they shows a video on homepage that explains their product well.

    Hope it helps.

    Overall I like the website design, it's looks very clean and minimalistic :)
    I'm building a tool as well and trying to keep the UI minimalistic, check it out iconvey.io

    1. 2

      This is amazing feedback, Pankaj!
      I am going to check Canny's video and take inspiration.
      Your points made a lot of sense!

      Also, I really love iConvey! It's a cool product, and looks like we both are on a similar mission with our products! :D

  5. 2

    I love the design, very neat. Since you haven't opened up registration, you can change the "Sign up for trail" to "Get your invite" to build up an email list. Inspiration from this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZt2Mz_JrvI&ab_channel=MeetEdgar

    1. 2

      This makes a lot of sense, I will get to this right away!
      Thanks, Wayne!

  6. 2

    Good work Jassil. The website looks sleek. Also, some comments here are very useful for you to make it better. Write to me to get your product listed on a small SaaS Directory I am building.

    1. 1

      Thanks a lot, Venkat!
      Sure, how can I get in touch with you for the same?

      1. 2

        Hi Jassil, I want your listing to be detailed. So when time permits, kindly send answers to the following.

        1. About BottleHQ.

        2.How it works?

        3.What are the key features of BottleHQ?

        4.Hows the response for BottleHQ so far?

        5.Software Category:

        1. Where is the Startup you based?

        Write to email ID in below url.

        You could also fill the form - https://www.saasdirectory.co/submit/

        (Don't worry about paying. It's free - meaning you could contribute whatever you wish or it's OK)

        Good luck

        Venkat

        1. 1

          Thanks a lot for the brief reply, Venkat.
          I'm going to think well and apply for the over weekend!

  7. 2

    Looks nice - I would continue working on the copy. A way to do it would be to dissect the websites of 2-3 companies with big budgets and figure out how they communicate and explain through their home page. Also, I counted 15 exclamation points on the home page - I would take those out. Good luck with your launch.

    1. 1

      Wow, I didn't notice I had put so many exclamations marks.
      This is wonderful feedback, thanks a lot @jshw
      I appreciate it! :D

  8. 2

    Really love the dynamic of the page and flow - gives a clear outline of what you guys do. One suggestion may be to look at breakpoints on the page to switch layout, running the browser across half my screen I get the text to overlap the hero image which can make it difficult to read

    1. 1

      Oh damn, this completely elapsed my mind. I will definitely take a look at this!
      Thanks a lot, Cameron!

  9. 2

    Jassil very clean, simple, and exudes trust.

    A couple of notes:

    • I would recommend making the call to action buttons a more vibrant color

    • Are you only marketing to workers of India with this line..."Join the Indian Workplace Revolution!" As an American Zoho user for over 10 years, I found that line odd.

    Nicely Done :)

    1. 2

      Thanks a lot for your feedback, Paul!
      You're right, I should try a more vibrant color!

      As of now, we welcome all users, but we are more focused in tapping onto the Indian Market.
      But yes, I should think of a copy that conveys the same.

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