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Invest in a UX designer

I think you guys could benefit from a good UX designer, that understands how musicians play and read music. IT would really really help the interface, that is currently really difficult to use. It's not very user friendly, and it's hard to figure out how anything works, or what you're looking at.

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  • Wouter van Tiel commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I agree. I find it hard an slow to navigate to the next song I want to play. The layout is counter productive. It is tricky and hard to find a song in any of the three areas. Then they load slow because of the picture or the related stuff Chordify linked to the loading of it instead of keeping it just a text file that load licky di split.

    Layout leaves a LOT to be desired. Ask the users to draw up a new layout. A folder layout is always best. Fast loading is essential.

  • Joe commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I messaged them about this a while ago. They confirmed they were hiring a UX designer. Improvements will follow.

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