Is This Big Enough
Is This Big Enough
Is This Big Enough?
Get images checked automatically... In 4 simple steps, for free!
Nix the back-and-forth over image requirements
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Questions
  • Q1: What are your first impressions?
    ARMiedema ARMiedema

    My first impressions looking at your home page

    • Love the picture on the left! I stared at it for bit; refreshed, saw another. I love the oxymoron / pun of it all
    • Ah, I love unsplash - kudos on giving credit to the creative!
    • Ok, after enjoying the image selection I then look to see what the content is about of the right
    • I read through the steps - I think I kinda get it - people need to upload an image to something and sizing can be a pain in the arse. I think I get it enough and select the check box the Lets Go! Let’s see if that remembers my selection! It does! Even without filling out the form.
    • In step 2 - I am not quite sure what I am generating a link for… hmmm. I clicked the help button but that didn't really answer my question since it just went to the previous step. I copied the link - let's see what it does
    • This is my link
    • I see image types - would be nice to select what type of image I need since there may be a constraint there as well
    • I added an image - the validation works. I wonder; why minimums and no maximums? Or, if I am lets say adding an image to twitter, I want to get the height and width to be exact - can I add more constraints to my request?
    • Since now I am curious about that, I look at Get Premium and see those features there in the paid plan, bravo!
  • Q2: What are the first actions you take?
    ARMiedema ARMiedema

    The first thing I do is test out the image requirement validation. It's pretty awesome that the homepage throws me right into the thing that I should be doing.

  • Q3: What was your journey navigating the site like? Does the flow make sense?
    ARMiedema ARMiedema

    The flow makes sense after going through it. The first round feels like a test to figure things out. Then, after going through it the first time it get's me interested in checking out the Premium plan to see if there is more constraints I can apply to image validations.

  • Q4: Who do you believe the target audience is?
    ARMiedema ARMiedema

    Actually, I get this. Especially in web development, you want specific constraints to be followed for images and this is a great way to have someone validate before I receive. This saves the eventual back and forth that will occur to get the right image. This often is a pain in the butt more often then I'd like...

  • Q5: Do you find the product desirable?
    ARMiedema ARMiedema

    I do! See previous response. ?

  • Q6: What would you change about the website?
    ARMiedema ARMiedema

    I think the initial onboarding flow can be tweaked a bit so I am more aware of what it is I am doing and what the eventual outcome will be.