Playlists iterations - Couple of different approaches. Problem is that it should be displayed to both logged in and logged out users and the difference in how landing pages looks compared to the app makes it a bit tricky. Imagine you land on the LP, you click 'explore' link and you go to one of these pages - the change in style is huge, it's not consistent. We would have to design two different versions.
Public playlist - showing a list of Prompts with category filtering, expanding in a modal window to show answers from different authors. The category on the right is bugging me slightly.
Sincere product design doesn’t look like a fun new product. It’s pretty basic. And categories are too early. Thinking the mvp of this, should be light and a bit better looking similar to Askplaybook so it’s not as plain as it is currently.
I also don’t understand the main nav. Explore and playlists. Where is the other tabs of the product? Posts, followers.
And that overlay is kind of awkward as the second nav. Overall, the product design of sincere is not there yet.
Linking out the Explore page
For our designs, use the actual content. And keep the files up to date. The illustrations and copies are not the right ones.
For the Explore, do you think showing fake cards is actually a good move? We can drop the Starting in October text and just keep the "Explore our community and find unique perspectives on founders journeys" Explore.
Cues in dashboard. I'm still not a fan of the naming. Julian wants to differentiate between Questions (user-generated) and Prompts (Sincere-generated), and I agree about that premise, but I want to be very careful with how deep we go with navigation. One level is enough, and keeping the table consistent throughout pages. (edited)
Playlist. A backlog-like component hosting different post ideas. Clicking on one of the options hides the Playlist, makes the Title input active and shows the post idea below the Title.
New feature images
These are still looking kind of too normal still. Specially the like minded people. Use our avatars for the profiles. And let's discuss on the designers call how else we can approach it.
For this, did you first collect inspiration and explored bunch of directions before landing on this?
One of the ideas I'm exploring - Asking a question as a widget.