- Q1: What are your first impressions?
- Q2: What are the first actions you take?
What was your journey navigating the site like? Does the flow make sense?
The home page flow at a macro level makes sense.
- features and how they satisfy issues / needs
- integrations with other relevant tools you most likely use
- why you developed the tool - to build some connectedness with those who face similar issues
- a CTA at the end - though, the CTA feels flat to me personally
The main thing that feels odd to me is the emphasis on the slack integration. Why push me to set up a slack integration when I haven't even signed up for Scrumie?
- Q4: Who do you believe the target audience is?
- Q5: What do you believe a reasonable price is and what do you believe a high price is?
Do you find the product desirable?
If I had a remote team to manage, I'd be curious to test it out. Especially, if the team is distributed across multiple time zones. It feels like a good team calendar with the ability to add your scrum notes. My main wonderment is, how will team members respond to calendaring their day like that and what effectiveness will it have. Which again, is why this is something I'd try before I buy.
- Q7: What would you change about the website?
What would you change about the app?
The design of the app is also very nice. I like that there is a focus on onboarding and walking users through set up.
There was a bug I seemingly ran across, which is when I tried to add notes for my work day but the entry wouldn't save and there was nothing telling me why.
Also, when navigating the app, the pages load a bit slow and jump a bit.
- Q9: If there is one thing I should consider changing right now, what would that be?