- Q1: What are your first impressions?
What are the first actions you take?
The heroic text is great; however, on my screen the heroic image is pushed down a bit; which causes a void and the need to scroll down to see what is going on in the image. The image is pretty cool though, I like watching short previews of apps in action! It provides such a great understanding of what experiencing the app will be like. 🤘From there, I read down the page to find out more about high level features, further down I learn of credibility and adoption with the "trusted by" statement and user reviews, and then a simple signup. I like the page, simple and to the point. After reading up, I sign up for an account.
- The app has a familiar layout - very much like Google Docs, which is great because now I feel like I naturally know how to navigate around
- Start typing away on my song
- I notice the guitar icon which then opens up a tabulature line - that's cool! Easy to use
- I sort through some chords to add a D chord to my rhythm section
- I love there is a tuner available!
- Q3: Who do you believe the target audience is?
- Q4: What do you believe a reasonable price is and what do you believe a high price is?
- Q5: Do you find the product desirable?
What would you change about the website?
- The account signup authentication showed a strange string for who I am signing up with (songs-98957.firebaseapp.com). Not seeing the app name is a bit of a warning sign typically. Usually, I don't sign up when I see random strings but this one seemed in the ballpark so took the risk.
- The heroic image doesn't align correctly on my device (MacBook, Chrome)
What would you change about the app?
- When I sign up for an account, I then see a banner add to get a free month and I am on the pricing page. I'd expect some sort of onboarding or landing on the appropriate landing page as I'm not sure where to go. I clicked on the app logo which does take me to the main authenticated landing page.
- On the landing page now I see the onboarding step through that I'd expect
- Having a quicker way to go from A to C# and such would be greats; the stepper feels like it takes longer to add a chord than it should
- Would it be possible to play my music and listen to sample chords and guitar tab? I see the metronome and there is a sample chord progression. Is that on the roadmap?