Develop good habits and have fun along the way.
Target Audience: People who want to make their life more effective and achieve their goals.
Website URL: https://www.advirtus.com/
- Visit https://www.advirtus.com. Spend no more than 5-10 seconds on the home page. What do you think the site is about?
- Now go back to the site and comment on various elements of the site.
- What do you find bothersome? What do you like?
- What do you think of the sign up process?
- Would you sign up for a paid account? If not, why? The site is free now.
- How do you think the site compares to other similar sites/competitors?
- Please share any additional feedback/comments you might have.
Advirtus is a new web-service that lets anyone set goals and form a habit to carry them out.
After you join the site, you can add your tasks/goals: jogging, not smoking, applying the principle of Getting Things Done daily – the task can be anything. Users’ tasks may be personal or stored in the bookmarks (future tasks that the user would like to perform). In addition, there are group tasks which can connect multiple users. Task frequency can be easily defined.
We are quite realistic about the process of developing habits and we think that you can not simultaneously perform more than fifteen tasks. Once the task is completed, that is, successfully completed all forty times, it is put into the archive and adds to your base skills to replace it with another from your bookmarks. This bookmarked skills can be edited or removed.
4 thoughts on “AdVirtus – The Most Convinient Way To Develop Good Habits”
This is the best site!Â Now I have a site to tell all my clients to go put their goals in about their life and see if they can achieve the goals!Â Great site, I will be sure to send it on and sponsor your site!
What do you think the site is about?
I think this site is about forming habits through repetition and goal setting.
What do you find bothersome? What do you like?
The things that bother me about the site are the grammar mistakes and the sentence structure seems off. I also do not like the references to god and Socrates in the humility section. Everyone has their own belief system and should be left to their own interpretation of humility. I also found the instructions on how the site works a little confusing. I like the idea of this site but felt that it could be refined more to make it easier to navigate and use. I like a lot of the tasks listed and I like the fact that you can also list your own tasks to complete.
What do you think of the sign up process?
I think the sign up process is easy and straight forward.
Would you sign up for a paid account? If not, why?
I am not sure that I would sign up for a paid account right now because I think that the site should be fine tuned more and maybe be a little more interactive with other members and also I would like more ways to contact the site owners besides just e-mail. I am also a little confused by the part where it says to add comments, who will be reading these comments the person who added the task or everyone on the site? I think the instructions on the site should elaborate more on how the site works.
How do you think the site compares to other similar sites/competitors?
I am not sure how this site compares to other sites like this as I have never seen any other sites like this one so I have nothing to compare it to.
> VisitÂ https://www.advirtus.com. Spend no more than 5-10 seconds on the home page. What do you think the site is about?
I’ve noticed that there were some categories of some tasks. I also managed to read that I need to perform some tasks daily.
Suggestion: make the main idea of the site obvious (cut the small text in yellow rect in half and make it stand out with larger fonts). 5-10 seconds might be not sufficient to grasp what the website is about.
>Now go back to the site and comment on various elements of the site.
Catalogue must be the mostÂ important, since it’s in the top leftÂ corner… lets see… It contains categories of tasks. Some kind of header would be nice, like “Here you can find examples of tasks. Choose from existing ones or create your own”.
It’s not really clear what the Groups are…
When I went to “Feed” I hovered over the “Oh Life” (You have finished the task implementationÂ Oh Life,Â 25 month_12 23:15)
1. you’ve got an error in translating the months name I think.
2. When I hover over Oh Life I see a hint in russian
3. The link “Oh Life” leads to a 404 page.
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