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Oh the Songs You Can Sing!

OutofTunes is the new iTunes

Why does it matter
  1. Hardly ever do new interfaces enhance the bottom-line usability, yet this case definitely nailed it!
  2. Hilarious fails are a nice device to encourage users: school subscriptions went up by 30% in the first month of the campaign.
  3. Everybody loves scrolling, especially its new "sing&scroll" spin-off.
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A voice is probably the most difficult music instrument to balance, as much as its training requires endless assessment sessions and fine-tuning.
Hamburg’s own Your Music School cut the process short by developing the first voice-based website, with fun sequences and engaging sections aptly made to direct prospects towards the right program.
It takes a while to get going, but your neighbors will appreciate it, especially those morning shower arias…

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