|—||St. Clare of Assisi (via autobibliography)|
We often think what we like,
be we often do not think what actually is.
To understand things as-is,
and for reason to express itself freely,
personal likes and dislikes must be subdued.
It’s been a while, and the concept has matured considerably.
We’re doing some final testing and are about to relaunch Feeltracker, now as a native iPhone app, with a revamped website:
What we’ve learned:
- People like to keep their diaries private - not social.
- Anything of complexity on the user side requires a mobile app.
- Listening to people helps decide on what really matters.
We’ve listened, learned, and this is our response. The new iPhone app provides a substantially better user experience than the web app, with totals, graphs, and more. We’re having fun making it, and I think it shows.
We’re also in the process of leveraging the technology to address some other areas over the coming months. The product scope has expanded beyond what we had initially imagined, and we’re excited about where we can take this next.
He replied: ‘Seeing one thing through to the end.’
|—||Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind|