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Project description Logo Design Company India equals unparalleled online presentation and creative gratification. Our designs are the work of creativity and uniqueness. Detailed price: SHOWCASE Project type: Design Graphics Web Design Posted by: website viewed 5 times posted by vervelogic
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namer.ai is an AI powered domain name generator we built as a side project.My wife was trying to name her blog and I threw out an offhand comment over dinner about how we could totally build an AI to do that. She asked why we never actually build any of these things we talk about and it turned into a challenge. By late that night we had a dataset of a million domain names and were generating text that looked enough like domain names to encourage us to keep going.The names aren't all perfect but there are some really good ones in there! There are also some hilarious ones in there. For some reason the internet seems to be biased towards chickens and Seattle.www.thesmallprojects.com is available, as is a personal favorite of mine www.greatergoats.comFor the AI-inclined: we're using a character-level RNN to generate domain names which we match against the user's query with word vector similarity.
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Other the past two months, I've been building a directory of tools, products, and services you can use for your projects or business. The idea is something I've been playing with on and off for the past year, but I recently decided to take it seriously and launch it.I've managed to gather over 250 listings from various websites, includingProduct Hunt http://producthunt.comIndie Hackers http://indiehackers.comStackshare https://stackshare.ioSiftery https://siftery.comFounderkit http://founderkit.comLots of bookmarks!The final list can be found on the website, Postmake: http://postmake.ioI tried to keep the presentation simple by focusing only on the tools. All listings are tagged, and you can browse through the directory either through the homepage's timeline or by search. Tools have their pricing listed, along with a short description and a couple of screenshots where appropriate.I would appreciate any feedback. I'm no designer, so I tried to keep the design simple and to the point, which turned out nice as far as I can tell. I'm also planning on trying to monetize this by working with sponsors or promoted listings, so any ideas would be helpful.I hope you find the list useful!
TL;DR: create a meeting notes organizer app, traction and feedback has been good. need your feedback.I work with a company that has over 12 concurrent customers with a ton of meeting happening across the office everyday. I created a small web app (working on iOS and Android app) to create and organize meeting notes with basic features:Ability to create projects for organising your minutes;Add people to your projects to that they can create MoMs for other meetings they handle; sharing becomes incredibly easy;Create minutes of meetings using Markdown (I am writing a post on what Markdown is, and how it helps you take notes faster);When you create a meeting note, Postmeet auto-saves the content in the browser -- suppose the internet goes dark during an important meeting, we’ve got you covered;Move MoM between projects if necessary;Incredibly fast and super minimal;Share the MoM post the meeting with your team and people outside your company;Currently, with word of mouth marketing, 5 companies are using Postmeet (in just 5 days). Planning to expand, but a little scared and would love to get your feedback before I invest time and effort into this.https://postmeet.co
Hello All,I am avid reader of tech news, always hungry for interesting news of the tech world. Therefore I decided to develop a site which curate interesting tech news articles from various sources. But I always find it difficult to decide between numerous titles so I decided to make it a little different. Here you can read the title and a snippet of the content which is of 60 to 120 word so that people can get a reference what type of content the full article contains, this helps the reader to decide whether to read it more or process further.I am asking my fellow redditors to give me some feedback for any improvement the link is https://furbito.comThank you!
Being in a beginning-stage startup is tough. Especially when it's in a relatively new field such as blockchain and everyone on the team are still working in full time jobs. We still met weekly, worked late nights and over weekends, and sacrificed a lot of our leisure time.I am sure many other startups have experienced this and found their own ways to resolve it. I love to just share these 3 top factors that kept us going:Passion to make a difference - Nodis.io is made for small businesses that are in dire needs of more exposure and prospects. Through my parents, I have experienced the hardship of owning a small business and the heartbreaks when it has to be closed down. In fact, Canada has the astounding statistics of 30% death rate for small businesses within 5 years of inception and 7000 small enterprises go bankrupt every year. As a team, we are passionate at developing a solution to help them to gain more exposure online and traffic into the stores.Evidence of opportunity - we have done multiple layers of research and all pointed to a positive direction. The most important research was me visiting 150+ and receiving 60% approval rate from decision makers. This was a HUGE boost to our confidence in the project.Being more than just business partners - the whole team is made up of Christians with similar value system. We always start our weekly meeting with a hour long devotion in reading the Word of God, share about our personal lives, and pray for each other. I cannot stress enough how precious this is for us. Gathering together is more than just trying to be successful or meeting a market needs, it is fellowship in God and with each other. It had been our source of confidence and strength to keep on going. By getting to know each other, we are more connected and we often work because we care for each other enough to NOT wanting to let the others down. [Disclaimer: I am not discriminating against non-Christian talents to join the team. We just started with people we knew and trust, which are all from our close circles like church or school fellowships. When we get bigger, we will be hiring indiscriminately.]In my experience so far, the promise of equity and ownership can only go so far. It's still important but isn't enough of a fuel to keep on going for long term. The passion, the evidence, and the team camaraderie are factors that will drive the project forward even in a long grueling development tunnel.----------------------------------------------------I would love to hear if you have other ways to motivate your startup teams to work extra hours with little-to-no pay!----------------------------------------------------You can see my profile for a link to join our Telegram to learn more about our Nodis.io project!Original content came from ->https://medium.com/swlh/satisfaction-in-working-on-a-startup-for-a-cause-unpaid-f9e7f311fc6a
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Recently I came across a marketing framework term called as KLTE which means Know, Like Trust & Engage.1: Know - Things you do for people to know you2: Like - Things you should do for people to like you3: Trust - Things you should do for people to trust you4: Engage - Things you should do for people to stay with youI think this framework is pretty useful for all internet startups and especially SaaS startups. I am preparing an exhaustive list of all channels. Would appreciate if you people can join in making this a wonderful resource.Google Spreadsheet Link:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VGjqTdzWdEhcLd-TnlfymH02rDqFdsd5SkM--Ey7gnI/edit#gid=0
Started as a side project, we are building a note-taking app to collaborate and organize your projects and maximize your productivity! Here are some key features of Hive:Rich editing experience: WYSIWYG markdown that doesn't suck, many powerful rich controls, e.g. datasheet, latex, draw.io, task-list, recurring task-list, reminder, etc.Knowledge tree structure: allow you to organize content in a tree structure and re-structure them with ease.Task management system: allow you to manage workflow of each sections of a document and manage them inside a Kanban board.Collaboration: invite/manage collaborators, comments, assignee, etc.Dashboard: create your custom dashboard to visualize your projects and progress.For more information, please visit here. There is also an email sign-up for those interested. The app will be online very soon. If you have questions, don't hesitate to ask me anything!Notebook pageKanban pageDashboard page