A lot of feedback I've gotten has been along the lines of "looks interesting, but I'm not sure how it would work".
So I recorded a video of myself narrating the live demo and replaced the website's hero image with a hero video.
Watch it at https://criteria.sh and let me know what you think!
After talking to a friend and some people on the Internet, I updated the landing page to be more clear about what Criteria is and who it is for.
Just posted to https://www.indiehackers.com/post/just-revamped-my-landing-page-demo-looking-for-any-feedback-b64da2e50b to see if I get any feedback.
I just published an interactive live demo at https://criteria.sh/app.
It is just the editor screen without any surrounding UI and no data persistence. So it's definitely not MVP but hopefully enough to showcase Criteria's potential value to visitors.
I realise that before I start talking about Criteria anywhere, I need somewhere to link to.
I created https://criteria.sh with a simple email capture form and analytics. This is the barebones MVP of a site with just a tagline and pointing to my personal Twitter account.
Working as a product manager for APIs, I found myself creating ad-hoc processes around Postman, OpenAPI and other tools. I believe there is an opportunity to build products that address the gap between PMs and engineers.