A few weeks ago I posted my side project jumblestream.com and got some really useful feedback (although I've been too busy to act on much of it), so I thought I'd post my main project Shufflehub to see what yall had to say.
Shufflehub is for people that online shop. It brings together the content of the top 64 UK high street retailers and helps you discover the product that suits you best.
On Shufflehub you can either window shop (when you don't know what you want) or pick a category and use our filters to focus in on what you're after.
We've built the project with the lazy brain in mind (we do user testing on people with hangovers http://i.imgur.com/QZ1IZvh.png), and there are a few UX differences because of that:
Landing Page: We swapped choosing from a drop down menu to displaying a gird of all the options on the page .
Browsing Page: As well as being able to scroll, on desktop, you can hit the 'Shuffle' bar to whoosh through the products (or hit spacebar / use the arrow keys).
Product Page: We show you all the different product images at once so you don't have to click to see each angle.
There is also a stream of related products underneath each main product, which helps you find stuff that is similar to the product you're looking at (depending on how nice our algorithm is feeling that day).
As a team, there are bits of the site we're really happy with, and bits that we're not. We think we can improve the experience a lot so we'd love to hear any feedback.