I would be uncomfortable signing up for a service where I didn't know what it will cost. Plus there is very little information to go on as to what the service will do. I guess this is a good start... but really lacking details
That is true, but it's not asking for payment details so I'm not too concerned.
We're not going to bill you after the first free month. What is it that makes you feel uncomfortable?
I feel like there is a lot of info missing on the site:
- How much does it cost after the 'first month free'?
- It looks like it is composing an email - is it an inbox plugin? app?
- Does it connect to bank accounts? taxes?
- There is little to no info about Layerful
- How can I trust my banking/account/invoice info is safe?
- Stripe isn't instant - it holds money for 7 days
I really like:
- Logo and the green are great!
- Clean design and to the point copy
- The login - nice clean page (though what if I forgot my team name or site?)
- The 4 items are 'features' - might be better to focus on the benefits?
- How is my invoicing made easy? is it faster than another invoice app to make? can I create repeating invoices?
Thanks for this feedback Willem! After the first month it costs $5.99/mo.
Missing at least one important element: What exactly will an invoice look like?
Also, curious: what are all of the twitter avatars/links at the bottom meant to represent?
We're still ironing out the invoice design, what kind of things would you be looking for?
The avatars are people who've shown interest in TwoCards, we'll clear that one up today.
Not looking for anything in particular, other than an example of what my client will see.
Looks like an interesting project. Obviously it's early days as it's still in beta, but I'm keen to see how it works.
This looks great. Certainly something that's needed I feel. A simple, easy and elegant solution. That's what I was trying to achieve with EasyPay: http://easypay.io/ - Just not had the time to finish the job.
Glad you feel the same way!
May I ask how many have subscribed for the BETA — as to how many are interested in using this cool product? :)