When I started working with PitchHub only a few account settings pages had been developed. After getting a sense of what pages would be needed in the future, I began exploring options for navigation and page structure that the product could grow into. I also redesigned the logo and created a style guide.
Within a few months we had a basic product that allowed users to write up a script, read that script off of a teleprompter, and upload and manage media files. Up until this point the founders had a clear idea of how to address some of their user’s pain points and needs. I suggested user interviews to understand our customers’ workflows and behavior to further improve the product. Some of these findings helped to informed the following features.
The script for the video is written here. Based on user feedback, we added the ability to add instructions to the video script. This way customers could specify at what point in the script a media file should appear and also leave detailed instructions for the video editor if needed.
Studio Mode allows customers to read their script from a teleprompter while also recording video or audio. Studio Mode needed to be highly adaptive because the user might use several devices in one recording session; one to read from the teleprompter, one to record, and another to start and stop the recording and manage settings from where they are standing.