RockinShare – Your Cloud Photo Explorer

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Browse your photos, your friends’ photos, shared and tagged photos, and public photos in one intuitive, consistent experience by connecting your accounts at Dropbox, Facebook, Flickr, Google+, Picasa, Shutterfly, SmugMug, and Snapfish.

Target Audience: Users of cloud photo service (Dropbox, Facebook, Flickr, Google+, Picasa, Shutterfly, SmugMug, Snapfish)
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  1. 1) Check out our home page – is it clear what we do?

    Your site seems to be a cloud for housing pictures from all of the major and or pictures sites. I would have liked to see more information upon entering the site beisdes telling me to login. I believe that when site do this they don’t fully allow users to get a true feel of what your offering.

    2) Do you store any photos in the cloud? If so, with which services (Dropbox, Facebook, Flickr, Google+, Picasa, Shutterfly, SmugMug, Snapfish)?
    I currently store a small amount of photos using snapfish.  

    3) Did you register? If not, why not?
    Yes, I had to in order to see what your site can actually do. If not for the sake of reviewing your site I probably would have skipped this site and moved on beause there was no information given about your stie.

    4) After registering and connecting your cloud photo accounts, what was your reaction to our service?
    After registering I just followed the orange boxes at the top of the screen. I would like to have seen a turturoal or video as to how to use your site even if your company deems the steps to be simple. You must remember that it is some user how there that will get confused and that will be one less person using your site. Your site didn’t seem to be that much more alluring than any of the other sites tha house pictures but that you want to house all of the major sites into yours.

    Snapfish for comparison. Upon entering the site their giving your tons of visual appeal that make your want to register. They are showcasing products, services, sales and locations to pick up prints. They have fun and easy to navigate tabs which layout exactly how their site works. Their site has great color and clear pictures that grab users, making them visualize wha they could do with their own photos.

    Once I logged in to your site I see your small “about” tab giving basic information about your site they should have been featured on the home page. Your homepage is so clouded by the big names one might forget your sites name. Also with the shading effect over the pictures it’s hard to get a feel of my pictures would be like intergrated in your site. I’m also not a fan of darking font to explain information. I feel if you have clear content, said in a easy to read way users will love what you have to offer and see the value in it. Under your FAQ’s page I like that your have a simple and easy to read drop down list. My only gripe with this is that when you click on a tab on the left your dropped down to the info but your don’t see the title making me usure as to if that was the info I wanted. I think that your need to take some visual ques from other website in your efforts to atract new users.

    5) Was it clear that you are able to make copies of photos your found? Would you use this copying service? If so, how would you use it?

    Yes, it is clear that I can make copies and yes I would use it if I was a member of your site.

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