It is mostly useful as a homepage for Enough, a central place where people who already know about Enough can find the services and documents it contains. That includes journalists and human right defenders who occasionally use Enough but, as you rightfully pointed out, it is likely that someone willing to discover what Enough is will have a bad experience.
Journalists and human right defenders only learn about Enough by word of mouth, to the best of my knowledge. Here is how it happens when I’m the one explaining:
- I spend time discussing to learn how people (i.e. journalist or human right defenders) communicate, work and with what tools (for instance they use mail)
- I help them solve the problem they have: they always is at least one (for instance send an encrypted email)
- I do it again
During this first interaction Enough is very unlikely to come up. Most of the time they will ask in which context I do this and answer that I’m a member of a collective dedicated to help journalists and human right defenders. A few of them go to https://enough.community and the only feedback I had is that the pictures look nice. You would be right to point out that it’s a sign of bad UX design: they should learn something about Enough from the home page instead
In some cases, after a number of iterations, the relationship develops and the opportunity to setup part or all of the Enough infrastructure presents itself. But it never is the other way around (i.e. someone asking for Enough to be installed). Because non technical people usually don’t know what they need, technically speaking. For instance, because of my expertise on SecureDrop, some organizations asked that I assist with the installation. In all cases they did not actually need it.
All this is far from ideal and I’m sure Enough would immensely benefit from a better website and some effort in term of communication. But it’s not my forte and all I did so far is implementing the building blocs on which this work can be done. In the past months I’ve had the privilege of working with @blsd and provide her with the tool she needs to improve the website and the communication for a non-profit. It is an ongoing enlightening experience. And I’m now confident that if someone was willing to volunteer to do a similar work for Enough, they would be adequately equipped, technically speaking.