Discover Design

Study design trends on your phone

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#5 Product of the DayDecember 02, 2014
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Yury LifshitsMaker@yurylifshits · Co-founder and CEO, Statecraft
Discover Design is our first step towards making mobile learning more fun and effective. So far, we have case studies, quizzes, step-by-step tutorials, questions+answers, and readlists. Next, we plan to work on social side of learning — discussions and competitive learning. Do you know people who teach design? We'd love to get connected :-)
Adam KazwellHunter@kaz · Product manager/observer
One in a series of learning apps from Osh. @yurylifshits has got some interesting ideas about how to make "in-between time" more productive.
Jeremy Cai@jjeremycai · founder @OnboardIQ early @Shyp
@yurylifshits - loved trying the beta, glad it's available now. For exp. and new designers out there, a useful set of lessons + trends to be observed or learned in a game.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@yurylifshits hey, Yury! Good to see you again. Looks similar to Startup Challenge from a few months ago. Why not provide a direct link to the app on the landing page? I'll be honest, it's a little frustrating to enter my email on the desktop and then check my email to find a prompt to open a link on my phone. I get why you'd want to build an email list but it's not the best on-boarding, imho. :)
Yury LifshitsMaker@yurylifshits · Co-founder and CEO, Statecraft
@rrhoover We went a long since Startup Challenge :-). It was only a quiz, now we have complete experience with levels, theory, case library, readlist and quizzes. At the moment, Discover Design is mobile site. Native apps are in roadmap. If you visit the same address on the phone, you get the game immediately, without a landing page. For web visitors, we need a mechanism for getting them reopen the site on the phone. Sending an email or SMS seems to be the only way. This approach is similar to what @blaurenceclark is doing at LinkTexting.
Aubrey Johnson@aub · Design / iOS Dev http://aubrey.me
@rrhoover agree with Ryan, visited link and got a screen with no explanation/visual of the product and an email beg. FWIW I didn't enter my email because I don't know what I'm signing up for.
Yury LifshitsMaker@yurylifshits · Co-founder and CEO, Statecraft
@aub Will fix this. Our desktop landing is informative, but mobile landing needs work. If you are on a desktop, read more about the app here: http://playosh.com/design
Ali R. Tariq@alirtariq · Product Designer, Manulife RED Lab
This is a neat concept. I tend to have a lot of "in-between" time due to commutes and stuff, and I'd be curious to learn this type of stuff on my mobile. That said, the on-boarding is causing enough friction to keep me from signing up. I don't really want to enter my email address or provide my phone number. I would rather use a direct download from Google Play or the App Store. Since this is a mobile product, I would have expected this. Is there a reason you didn't go this route?
Yury LifshitsMaker@yurylifshits · Co-founder and CEO, Statecraft
@alirtariq At the moment, Discover Design is mobile site. Native apps are in roadmap. If you visit the same address on the phone, you get the game immediately, without a landing page. For web visitors, we need a mechanism for getting them reopen the site on the phone. Sending an email or SMS seems to be the only way. This approach is similar to what @blaurenceclark is doing at LinkTexting.