Common UX Issues
Your extensive feature list has dampened the impact of your big aha moment.
Your demo doesn’t set up a real customer problem or the risks of not solving it.
It feels more like a feature walkthrough than an easy to follow narrative.
Your audience has to learn new concepts in order to understand your solution.
Demo Design Principles
A satisfying end requires setting up what happened before your app swooped in.
Don’t let B-features distract from the core problem and the flows that solve it.
Not all plot points require clicks: give passive UI a persuasive supporting role.
Arrange your UI so that it’s always there to provide the desired interactive beat.
What ending do you envision for your customers after using your software?
Why is your solution effective in countering their current situation?
What solutions have they tried prior to your product? Why don't they work?
What beliefs or constraints are holding your customers back? Why?
Let’s design the demo that pays off the promise you made on your landing page—and feels amazing to present—beat by beat.
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Concise, achievable objectives. No creep. No drift. No surprises.
We check in afterward, ensuring our designs work in reality.