Optimizing for UX

How we incorporated feedback to improve the user experience

In our last post, we outlined our process for collecting feedback from users of our Chrome extension, Couch Potato. How did we then incorporate this feedback into our product?

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Based on the feedback from our users, we identified a few areas for potential improvement. First of all, while some users found our…

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Four female software engineers share their experiences building the Couch Potato Chrome extension, used to simultaneously stream content with friends while watching Hulu. Check it out in the Chrome store here: bit.ly/couchPotato.

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