UX customizer/Additional badge system.
I actually don't like when a streamer acknowledges me in any type of stream. I tend to not want to stay, but, if there was a way to let a streamer know so I could still stay, that can help both of us
Or I'm watching with family on the TV or just by myself it's jarring if you're doing chores or work. Scary even. Maybe a way to say "TV" or "Casual" or "theatre mode" as if you the audience member is sitting to watch (but not participate).
It resembles going to a concert.
- some want to be backstage.
- some want to be in the back.
- some people are just browsing.
- some people want front row seats.
concert terms should ease the development process in a possible automated bot specifically for when someone remembers and utilizes the terms. Especially since even the ticketing system could resemble bits.
Monetization wise, I just thought, what if you could pay for more access to the creator in a unified way to also not encourage privacy or parasocial concerns...
everyone usually knows their boundaries at a concert so there's no way to misinterpret.
while different from the community setting, the option is still "theatre mode".
or "concert mode".
or a particular "mode" a user and audience could "customize" their experience.
Experience is key.
More of my family notice some issues with Twitch and that counts in trying to unify the Amazon brand and PR. Twitch can have an edge over Youtube by appearing more "niche" but also "mainstream" with "customized"
twitch.tv well, "TV mode" it's by definition, customized.
Late nite Mode
Early Morning Mode
Forum Mode and community built in separate from the privacy non encryption from discord and Facebook, adding the "trust" Amazon could pivot towards. Maybe allowing creators to make Twitch style discord forums through chat and absolving the need to use it altogether.
VR Mode options
Adult (Webcam) Mode
Political/News/Debate Mode (voting based)
Developer Mode (for a real wild time)
Beta Dev Mode (signifying the audience the streamer is authorized to use brand new twitch features to review)
Beta Game Mode (for streamers testing games in dev feature)
(Badges for these modes alll sound like fun)
so many tweaks to UX could keep people on longer, unify the apps increasing value for the TV home based systems, PC systems, mobile...
"Mobile streamer Mode" for streamers who primarily do live adjacent content. seemingly incentive people to not use instagram/youtube/snapchat/discord.
if we could have discord level chats through individualized UX design.
"Karaoke Mode" karaoke partnerships.
"Lip Sync Mode"
"Just 10 Seconds Mode" an encrypted custom alternative to Tik Tok or a wilder Twitch form of it.
im getting a lightbulb clearly. sorry. got excited. pay up. idc. do it. i just pitched something erratic.
UX based tag systems.
that actually change the user interface and prioritize browser speeds for certain functions so maybe its also efficient?
"Sustainability streamer tag"
"Minimalist streamer/audience member"
"VPN privacy based user"
"Open Source based user"
streamer/audience/consumer/casual/alll share different contexts but carry a very similar tune.
they all want custom options.
so focus on it so community and HR modding is reduced to minimum.
Data is necessary but sometimes I notice people usually tell you what they want already.
Utilizing Amazon's broad customer base, it's only natural to try and integrate the shopping features for any streamer wanting more income buying specific items or Amazon services or "Mukbangs" from amazon and fresh directly.
UX design of amazon.com shopping personally is tacky. Through Twitch and from those we already pay and somewhat trust? Or we just aa vonsumers hate wasting time and money. There.
Travel streams need notice of speed and coverage. UX tailored for their streams means safety likely a delayed stream request as a default, non location sharing? depends on what the streamer is willing to do.
so likely a strange UX challenge seeming overhaul, but with the primary idea in mind, custom, I think I over thought this.
"Dark Web cyber dev mode"
"Celebrity Mode" where they get concerts and films even (film openings) a stronger community formed especially for Twitch to become more than niche.
a possible Youtube competitor with community in mind. Without competing with Youtube's "You" in mind.
Twitch can mean "live in community"
Youtube for me means "community that lives".
A fresh take on the Twitch identity while acknowledging its roots in geek/expressive/dev/gamer culture.
simple proof of this entire idea?
logline: one stop whitelist shop for streamers, and users.
i smoked a blunt for this thumbs up