Subform: A modern tool for digital product designers(kickstarter.com)

almost 6 years ago from Huseyin Emanet, Product Designer at Superpeer

  • Cristian MoiseiCristian Moisei, almost 6 years ago (edited almost 6 years ago )

    What your kickstarter doesn't address is exactly what you need the 100k for. What do you plan to invest it in? Also, could I ask what your roadmap looks like? What features/changes do you plan to implement, when do you expect to release this and what pricing model do you see yourselves using, and also, is that the interface style you'll be using?

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    • Ryan Lucas, almost 6 years ago

      Hey Christian — So all of the demo stuff you see on our website and Kickstarter is already built.

      Our biggest risk going forward with Subform is that we miss the product/market fit. In other words, our design process is not your design process. Everyone works differently, and we're not sure if everyone will find value in Subform as it stands today.

      The reason that we're on Kickstarter (and not in some venture capitalist's office), is that we want to find professional designers who can invest not just money, but also time, to help us build a modern design tool. Kickstarter felt like the right choice to start building those relationships.

      If the Kickstarter is successful, backers will get copies immediately after the Kickstarter campaign ends. (Early November) We have a basic roadmap going forward, but it'll will no doubt change as our backers use Subform and give us a sense of what the biggest feature priorities are for them going forward.

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