Cool looking site- the layouts clean, animations are slick, and overall the branding is pretty concise.
I have to wonder though who the target is for this? Surely designers creating these layouts already have desktop solutions to creating their mockups, I'm just struggling to think of a scenario where someone would go from their design software > export > open browser > go to site > create mockup.
I suppose if there was direct Sketch/Figma/etc support, it might fill that process flow gap?
Made for dribbble posters, I suppose
They are watermarked.
Maybe for "pay to remove watermark" in the future?
Wasn't clearly communicated before sign-up.
why would you need to create an account to do this? does it save your mockups? are there paid features?
Hi! I am the developer behind Cleanmock. Yes there are indeed paid features. Creating an account help us reduce the cost of customer support too.
Why don't you share those features and their pricing upfront? It'd be far more transparent.
You are right. But some shared it on Product Hunt & on here before we were ready to launch. We are going to add pricing page that clearly states the difference.
I just registered and went through your new user flow. Here is my experience:
After logging in with my Google account I was being asked to pay for a membership. At this point I havent even seen a single mockup, only text explaining the features and a credit card form. Nope. Skip.
After dismissing that overlay, I proceed to a sparse screen asking me to upload screenshots. I still have no idea what I'm working toward creating. I oblige and upload a sample iPhone X screenshot.
Im then shown a screen with my uploaded screen presented in two different iPhone X frames that both look like something I could throw together in Photoshop in about 1 minute. Nope. Close and never come back.
Hi Chris, I am the maker of Cleanmock. I really took to heart what you shared here. I have removed the requirement to register and improved to the user flow so that you can have an idea of what you will get at the end. It would mean a lot to hear what you think about it now.