Thanks for sharing, @_jacksmith!
Page Flows is a growing library of user flow videos and screenshots from popular products. I've tried a version of this idea a few times before because it's something I really believe should exist.
Every time I work on a new flow, I find myself looking for inspiration or solutions in other products. Not having to download apps and sign up to services saves a huge amount of time and hassle.
The pricing model I've gone with this time seems to be working. It's a small yearly price, so even if you only use Page Flows a few times a year when working on new flows, it's worth the subscription. It also means it's a sustainable project and I can now afford to keep it updated. When you buy a subscription, you get access to the current library, plus future updates. I add a product a week, so that's the flows of at least 52 more products after you subscribe.
Personally, I love it when people share their project's revenue numbers, so I'll share mine. The first sale was on February the 14th (romantic, I know ❤️) and here are what the numbers have been like since:
Total revenue: $3,618
Feb - $1,182
March - $754
April - $638
May so far - $1,044
Most of the traffic has come from my other, related site, UI Movement, plus a couple of articles on the blog that got a lot of traffic.
I'd love to hear your feedback and thoughts on where Page Flows should go.
It would be great to add additional value if you could walkthrough teardowns like https://www.useronboard.com/ as well as consider a premium library for best in class UX
@andymansmiles Teardowns are a great idea! I like the idea of the best in class UX, but I'm not really sure how it would work?
Very cool! Nice work Ramy :)
@daviswbaer Thanks :-)
A source of inspiration for user flow ideas - all in one library 😀. Takes away the hassle of constantly downloading your favourite apps to see their flows.
@christina_p Thanks, Christina!
usually I don't like to subscribe in products without free trial , but when I saw your product for the first time I said " shut up and take my money " latterly.
@muhammedboucha Can't get better feedback than that! How have you found it so far? How can I make it better?
Nice work! That's a comprehensive library already.
Is there a publicly visible schedule of upcoming videos?
And this is just the greybeard nerd in me talking, but with RSS making a comeback I'd love to see authenticated RSS for subscribers.
@farrepa Thanks! No schedule of upcoming videos, but you can see a list of requests here, which guide what will be coming up in the future: https://pageflows.com/requests/
RSS is not a bad idea - I didn't even know authenticated RSS was a thing though...
Hi Ramy, curious how you keep the flows up to date?
@mark_jeremiah_damien_robert The plan is to update them periodically. I'm going to add a "request an update" feature to make sure the most important flows are prioritised.
Great job !! Will check it out !!
@ayush_chandra Awesome, thanks :-)
Congrats, Ramy! Already used it as a source of inspiration for my latest project. Love it!
Great source of inspiration :+1:
Thank You for this.
Nice! Really well done with the videos of the flows.
Love the timeline of the video on the right hand side.
This is awesome man! My photos app is full of random screen recordings haha.
looking great but free trial is missing. also seems very pricey.
@lisa_zeitlhuber prices are for a year if you missed that.