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Page Flows is a growing library of user flow videos and screenshots from popular products.
Every time I work on a new flow, I find myself looking for inspiration or solutions in other products. Not having to download apps and sign up to services saves a huge amount of time and hassle.
Page Flows has actually been live since February, but it's officially launched today on Product Hunt (https://www.producthunt.com/posts/page-flows).
I'd love to hear your feedback on how I can make this more useful!
It's a tough one - usually the regular "tooltip" approach is used, but I find myself skipping through them all. With the star approach, I found that I was exploring the UI more until I found the star and revealed a tooltip.
No idea if the approach works well generally though. Highlighting important features in a complex product is a tough problem to solve!
It was an old test accounts. I have no idea who those 13 people even are or how they found me - likely bots
This is a good point - probably another reason some companies still prefer to make you contact support to downgrade to cancel. You're probably more likely to give a real person a real reason.
Awesome - I'll do that
Personally, I love the design. It's the best implementation of a conversational UI that I've seen so far, mainly because of the speed. Most try mimic the speed of a regular text conversation, which is just slow and frustrating, but this is really well done.
How did you do it if you don't mind me asking?
Right now, it's not that different to be honest. I started out with intentions to make it more b2b focussed, but customer development led me this way.
The small difference is there's more of a focus on building a landing page with Letterfuel, and the feed of imported links is unified. I also couldn't personally use Revue or any of the other services because the GIFs on UI Movement are too large.
I imagine in a year or so, there will be more differences in product and positioning.
Hey DN. Letterfuel makes it super easy to start a curated newsletter. I made initially for a newsletter I run at UI Movement (https://uimovement.com/).
Prior to Letterfuel, I used to spend ages copying and pasting new posts into the email template before sending it out. It was a fiddly process and it easy to make mistakes.
If you've been thinking about starting a newsletter around a topic, or maybe to keep clients updated on your work, give it a try.
As a non-designer, I'd also love your feedback on the design.
That's why there's a subscription fee for joining - so I can afford the time to update videos and add new videos! The question is, are people willing to subscribe, even for up to date videos? That's what I'm trying to find out.
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