Subform: A modern tool for digital product designers(

almost 6 years ago from Huseyin Emanet, Product Designer at Superpeer

  • Benoît ChabertBenoît Chabert, almost 6 years ago

    I think you've nailed how a product like yours should work. It is indeed not built upon traditional print design principles. However, you're now in a market that gets quite crowded. Figma just released their thing and Sketch has been the first to get a lot of widespread adoption. I feel like in those cases, pricing is going to become something important as well. Now, I have options so you must be reasonably price, are you going to stay at 99$, pay for updates (Sketch) ? What's the plan ?

    Second thing is, I don't work alone, I work with developers. The most important thing for them is how they're going to work with the tool. Is it going to have any shortcut to make development easier ? Are they the ones that also have to learn the tool ? I'm challenging you guys, because I think it's a great tool hehe. But usually, you have less designers than developers, so that means it has to be a cheap learning curve for them (I want to sell your tool to my boss). Are they also going to need a license ? Are you guys integrated with a tool like Avocode ( ?

    4 points