6 comments

  • Duke CavinskiDuke Cavinski, over 2 years ago

    Typos and occasionally poor contrast with text due to background images. The "army of testers" isn't very trustworthy looking at the moment. Some data tables could be marked up instead of flat images. Digging into subpages, it gets worse with poor typography and grammar.

    All in all, I wouldn't trust this product based on the marketing page in its current state.

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    • Tomas Froes, over 2 years ago

      Thank you Steven for your love.

      1 - all the reviews come from people who tried kencko already, when we were in beta version and doing the product market fit. 2 - All the reviews were done via yotpo and from verified users

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      • Duke CavinskiDuke Cavinski, over 2 years ago

        I don't necessarily question the authenticity of these reviews, but note that it currently appears inauthentic. I'd be concerned about using glamour shots or anything that looks like stock photography. Anyway, hope any of this feedback helps, despite being unsolicited.

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  • Account deleted over 2 years ago

    This layout kinda doesn't work for me. I'm on a 15" macbook pro and the nav bar takes up 1/5th of my screen, with the sign up offer bar adding to that. Then in the left to right sections there is a white gap between the images which just looks weird and doesnt quite flow right. And yeah, the copywriting is a bit odd, and there are a few typos. It's a shame cause the imagery is really nice, it just looks like the site needs more polish.

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  • Stefano TirloniStefano Tirloni, over 2 years ago

    In the beginning, I thought this website was an April fools joke...

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    • C W, over 2 years ago

      My immediate reaction was this was a spoof on Juicero, but I quickly realized it was real.

      I'm still having a hard time understanding how this isn't another Juicero, minus the expensive machine.

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