What are your first impressions?
My first impression was that I wasn't quite sure what the site was about. Keep in mind, I came to this site knowing absolutely nothing about it - so wasn't seeking out the type of service it provides.
The first thing I look at is the lady climbing the stairs since it has a lot of diagonal movement. The movement makes my eyes travel from bottom left to top right which then makes me glance a bit at the Chat and Early Access links. After that, I look at the large tiles and then wonder what this is about. My first thought is it's some sort of brand directory. But then I pay attention to the moving header and the sub-header and it ties a little more together for me.
- Q2: What are the first actions you take?
- Q3: What was your journey navigating the site like? Does the flow make sense?
- Q4: Who do you believe the target audience is?
What do you believe a reasonable price is and what do you believe a high price is?
If you value your time and have gone through the process of trying to get the domain figured out and everything put together, then yea, this is worth it. It might seem a little high for a side-hustle or startup, but I've spent many, many, many hours trying to figure this stuff out and a one-and-done at a somewhat reasonable price is worth it.
Do you find the product desirable?
Having a dot com is gold and you can spend hours trying to find one. I like how the details page includes social handle availability as well as that has definitely been a consideration for me when researching domains to purchase.
Another thing I like is the design. No, it may not be the design I actually stick with; but, what it does is help visualize the name and the possibilities more, making it a good selling device in my opinion. The stalkfish.com is my favorite.
The only thing is, if I don't know that I would have know to seek out this type of site even though I've definitely felt the pain.
- Q7: What would you change about the website?