- Q1: What are your first impressions?
What are the first actions you take?
- The first thing I do is click the button to create a YouTube thumbnail since it seems easy enough. Leads to a create new account page. I don't believe I've seen a YouTube social login button before; cool!
- I sign up for an account and get straight into the app and play around in there
What was your journey navigating the site like? Does the flow make sense?
- The journey worked well for me as I signed up for an account pretty much right away after landing on the homepage
- Once I was signed into the app, I just played around a bit creating thumbnails, looking at the templates, and experiencing first hand what the app does
- After playing in the app, i go back to the homepage to read the rest, which is really just showing me some key things I just experience first hand in the app itself. It works well since I didn't feel the need to go to the homepage after being in the app and only did so to finish out this review 😉
Who do you believe the target audience is?
Youtubers. I like that this is a super simple niche and one that does help out quite a bit with creating YouTube thumbnails. A lot of times, half the battle is the design, especially for non-designers. So, tools like this really help. Of course you can just use illustrator or sketch; but, if you're not that great at design, then your thumbnails wont look professional and pop.
What do you believe a reasonable price is and what do you believe a high price is?
The difference between free and professional seems reasonable, especially if you do work with thumbnails quite often. Though if you have are several videos you upload, but infrequently during the month, then the free is probably not enough and the professional version might be too much.
- Q6: Do you find the product desirable?
- Q7: What would you change about the app?
- Q8: If there is one thing I should consider changing right now, what would that be?