JellyChip really needs to do things better. And I mean that in the most positive way possible.
Perhaps it’s also very good that we’re so introspective as a company - but we must continue to make a better UI for the app.
At least make things easier for people to do. We’ve started on new JellyChip features today by emphasising that buttons and touch spaces must be bigger and wider. Namely the Lifeline headers. Sometimes it’s not easy to push the text of the header and that’s evident.
In fact, if any of these headers is hard to tap I find myself giving up on checking out what’s behind the header. And that’s a real shame because the content behind that header is really good! Feed is a great place to chat, Bought shows the world what you’ve been buying and impacting (it’ll be even better soon), and Vote allows you to decide on our impact!
Yet we sell ourselves short by being really imparticular about how we help users around JellyChip. We’ve made the touch spaces of virtually all headers and buttons bigger - this is a really simple way to help speed up app use.
Anyway it’s the first in a list of many, many, many things to do. So we’ll start this week with the simpler items and then work towards harder stuff through September. Just testing the app now and it’s so much easier to use.