One of the most rewarding experiences of building @Kollecto is identifying & relieving friction. This past month was full of friction! I was getting lots of signups on artkollecto.com … Continue Reading Identifying the Friction
Project set-backs always feel like crap… but they usually spark exciting new experiments & iterations. This was the theme of my week while building Kollecto- my side project to … Continue Reading My side project has a side project!
While interning at Foursquare, I was lucky enough to be mentored by two amazing people- Brynne Zuccaro & Jon Steinback. No really- everything I know about marketing, I learned from … Continue Reading That time I mentored someone & copied everything I learned at Foursquare…
As part of @OrbitalNYC Bootcamp, we have some crazy assignments. One assignment is to post something on Twitter/FB that gains 20+ retweets. What?! 20 retweets is a lot!! Another assignment … Continue Reading Killing three birds with one stone (aka Product Hunt)
This week I did a lot of experimentation aimed at answering the ‘who want this’ question. I think my take-away of the week is that I should focus my early … Continue Reading Starting with friends
Managing feedback is one of the hardest things about building a startup/ side-project. _____________________________________ Part 1: Context (skip to part 2 to read about the actual feedback I’m getting) As … Continue Reading Sh*t, that’s a lot of feedback!
I’m really excited to be part of @OrbitalNYC Bootcamp this summer as I figure out how to bring Kollecto to market. This week, I made significant progress in gauging whether there is scalable interest … Continue Reading Who wants this?