Very cool! Very nice use of videos on the homepage. I also really like how you broke up the advantages of the tool by profession. I would say it feels a bit weird to have "Sign up with Google" in every single section. It feels a bit overwhelming. Top + bottom should suffice.
Btw, I built something similar to this a year ago (although a slightly different use case). http://www.uxcheck.co
I thought videos was very important to quickly understand the tool. Regarding the CTAs, they might be too many. I might cut back on one or two :-)
Will check out uxcheck.co asap.
Thanks again for your comments! Erik
I was just going to point out http://www.uxcheck.co/
Great job on that extension!
This is the very first version of a Chrome extension for web designers and UX researchers to use to collect and give feedback on web projects without having to send screenshots or send complicated emails back & forth.
The idea is to just point + click & add a comment directly on the HTML element, making it easy to understand the comment and to find it.
Any annotation done also stick to their elements on responsive web designs.
This is the first version, would love to hear your feedback on it!
nice tool, it would be great to have a link to the pricing plans on homepage.
Thanks Tony. Will put that in there as soon as I can. What problem do you think Juntoo would solve for you?
I was taking notes on a user journey by sticking up screens and using post its. Thinking about using this tool instead.
This is fantastic. Can others people reply to your comments?
Thank you Seth!
That functionality is actually ready but I decided to remove it in this version (it comes with a lot of hairy problems...).
Thinking about implementing a more straightforward version where there's a Slack chat connected to each comment.
If you don't mind me asking, what problem would Juntoo solve for you?
Thank you very much! Erik
I think the biggest thing it solves is removing the step of having to save the mockup as an image, upload it to a program and then annotate it. Or saving annotated designs and then sending them back and forth through email (Yuck!)
Thanks Seth, that is basically why I'm building it.
This is the first (wonky) version, so I hope you will come back and try it again soon!