What are your first impressions?
Nice - I like that there is not top nav on this landing page. Makes it more focused I feel. The mockup of the app does look clean and seemingly a good way to track your time. Of course, I'd also be interested in a sneak peak at the time, projects, clients, etc. portions.asmihq 3 months ago
Glad that you like the design. We'll have an open demo on the website once it is ready for our visitors to try it. We wanted to keep the page simple and still show the app, so just one screenshot for now. But you make a good point, we'll see how to add screenshots of other sections.
- Q2: Who do you believe the target audience is?
Do you find the product desirable?
I'm not currently a freelancer - I think a lot of what the app offers sounds like something I might look at if I was. I really like the design. I would wonder how it might be used in conjunction with other systems I might use as a freelancer; such as upwork. I in the least found it interesting enough to sign up for early beta access; even if I ultimately don't fall within the targeted customer segment.asmihq 3 months ago
We haven't really planned anything in terms of integration with other freelance marketplaces. We are still in the process of figuring out if we want to integrate or build a marketplace of our own that might offer better services to freelancers. Idea is to build a community for the platform first and see where they'd like us to go.
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What would you change about the website?
asmihq 3 months ago
- The pricing cards for Pro and Pro+ I'd maybe make two different colors. The blue pulls attention away from the starter, but then they also draw attention away from each other so it was a bit hard for me to concentrate on one
- Also, just curious about the naming for Pro and Pro+ - will that be confusing for customers?
- I do like the no top nav; though, when I went to the About Us from the footer, I struggled a bit to find that back link - maybe not a huge deal but just an FYI
Different colors makes a lot of sense, but we don't have data on which one will be the leading plan (popular) and hence, our goal was to simply differentiate between the free and paid plans. We can probably try and put some more jazz into the Pro+ plan's look. We'll see what we can do.
Between Pro and Pro+, our idea was to align our pricing plans with the natural growth trajectory of a freelancer. The goal of Pro plan is to streamline the freelancer's workflow and Pro+ is to take it to the next level when the freelancer is growing really fast or delivering very high value work. In both cases, they are technically "pro"fessionals. We'll keep this whole pricing structure open to iteration which is typical of SAAS businesses. Will look forward to more feedback on this.
The issue with navigation back to home is a problem that we overlooked. Thank you for letting us know. Will resolve it.
- Q5: What would you change about the app?