- 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 flow is well laid out and I like the initial flow centering items as the draws the user to continue below the fold. What the app is, companies that use the app and an apparent star rating system, highlights of major features, integrations, additional features, blog, and a CTA are all apart of the main page flow as you travel down the page. The second presence of 'features' doesn't quite seem necessary to me. I'm not sure why at this high of a level I want to know about customer labels, markdowns, and SSO... The blog piece I also thought seems out of place - but then I read one of my main questions - "How to say no to your customers ..." which then made it worth being there for me. 😉
- Q4: Who do you believe the target audience is?
- Q5: Do you find the product desirable?
What would you change about the website?
- For the customers that use Upvoty that are highlighted, I went to one of the sites and didn't see it publicly available. I'd be interested in customers that have a hyperlink to their site with publicly available Upvoty; that way I can see how a website is using it in the real world
- On the features page, most of the features are displayed in cards; which makes me want to click on them. Though, I only found two cards that were clickable
- I like the video on the chrome store page; I wonder if a similar video would perform well on the homepage?
- Q7: What would you change about the app?