UX designers take systems that are complicated and make them seem easy. They make processes with many variables easy to understand and flow through. They deliver systems that make sense. When users see these final deliverables and use those systems, they often think “of course it would be that way, how else could it possibly be?”
This is a great resource for any SaaS business that needs to either plan out their financials or is getting started. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1SII-ndCF51d5lu4bHjtgYKdclk2em5XhqzUgME2zsfQ/edit#gid=1835115496 Please make a copy on your Google Drive and...
A few years ago I had a paradigm shift in my understanding of sales funnels, how they really work, and what a well organized and data-driven funnel can do for business. This article breaks down…
Sometimes a small issue appears and looks like an easy, but time-consuming, fix. So it’s flagged for later. Later just doesn’t roll around until the system has grown three, four, ten times as big as it was when the issue first appeared.
One of the most overlooked steps is in website and app projects is wireframing. Timing in the project flow is crucial. Here’s how wireframes can make or break a project and how to always get them right.
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Because of this, my very firm recommendation for anybody who is making their first attempt at building a SaaS is to reign in your initial build goals and focus on making a solid, compelling tool. Don’t attempt to make a platform – the bigger and more complicated the project, the more likely it is to fail, and your first few projects will very likely fail, anyhow.
The more times you’ve done something, the better you are at it. Building and running a SaaS Business is just like everything else: a career with a specific set of skills that you have to master.
There are thousands of different SaaS systems on the market, and we’ve taken the time to prepare a list that covers all of them. You ready?
SaaS systems fail all the time. In fact, if a SaaS is run by an owner or company with no experience in SaaS, it is overwhelmingly likely that it will crash and burn. Often due to a single, simple problem.