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I'd really love a possibility on the web where I could get feedback on my work (I do Android apps), preferably from other programmers or people engaged in UI / UX.

I don't know how the situation is for software other than apps, but I haven't found anything like that for apps on the web except for offers that a. cost money and b. use 'normal users' as their test group.

I work at a company that employs other mobile developers, usability experts, testers etc., still I would appreciate people from other cultural or technological backgrounds to have a look at my product, share their opinion. But foremost this would be greatly beneficial to people who work on a project on their own and rarely get any feedback until it hits the market.

I think this would be something worth thinking about within the stackexchange universum.

What do you guys think about that?

marked as duplicate by gnat, Martijn Pieters, Josh Crozier, Lance Roberts, Linuxios Jan 16 '14 at 1:24

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    If you want to propose a new site, check out Area 51. But in general, there isn't a site in the current SE family that would accept this type of question. – psubsee2003 Jan 15 '14 at 19:48
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    This question appears to be off-topic because it belongs on Area 51. – Lance Roberts Jan 16 '14 at 0:41
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Even though maybe not exactly what you want, the closest thing that is already existing is Code Review.

Code Review can, among other things, help you with:

  • Reviewing working code
  • Reducing code duplication
  • Improving your usage of design patterns
  • Highlight potential bugs that you are not already aware of (Code Review is for improving working code, not fixing code)

If your project is open-sourced, then Code Review can be a very useful resource for you. Be aware though that our main focus is Code Review.

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