For me, that makes scheduling hard, and reconciling my time & efficiency at the end of the month near impossible. I'm disappointed since everything else looks excellent.
Then later on, you can worry about when exactly in the day to do it.
We don't want people to stop using their calendars, so we would encourage you to integrate it with Timely instead.
Appreciate the feedback though, really.
Otherwise, looks phenomenal. I've looked hard for an app that integrates time budgeting, scheduling, and calendaring, but never found anything good.
- Your "About" page is missing an "a" in the first line, right before "tiny".
- You could style the <select> tags on your registration form to match the other inputs, right now it looks a tad unfinished. See http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5912791 for example.
I love that your call to action button says "Watch the 1-min video". I NEVER click on product videos because I am afraid it will be 6-10 minutes of founders in the studio talking about how great the app is. With the specific detail of "1-min" I immediately watched the video and found out more about the app that I would have from reading the home page for 5-10 minutes.
Great ui/ux I'm on trial now.. and i love what you got... but w/o this feature my team will keep using ugly timedoctor, nothing personal btw ;)
Seems like the naming conflict could canmobalize sales for both of your companies. Why wouldn't you change the name? Especially if you knew so far ahead of time??
(aka timely the clock app aquired by google)
Any plans for Android in the future?
Absolutely! Started on the design, but we haven't done any programming just yet.
I'm still amazed at the level of polish your product has. Lots of subtle animations and transitions.
What tools did you use to produce the video?
Really appreciate your comment, thanks a bunch! We put a lot of time into the polish, so glad to hear people take notice.
I screen recorded everything on a Retina Macbook Pro. iPhone simulator and just a regular chrome browser for the web app.
Then I add the clips into after effects and create the 3d movements with Element3D. I'll export all the clips from there and do the final edits in Final Cut Pro X. Hope that helps :)