8 comments

  • Joel LJoel L, almost 7 years ago

    This looks a lot like common weight loss spam (scam?) with a nice Flat Design template applied.

    Their Twitter account is a mix of food photos and Huffington Post links.

    2 points
  • Andrew LiebchenAndrew Liebchen, almost 7 years ago

    Site looks very derivative of Designer News.

    2 points
  • Tyson SoelbergTyson Soelberg, almost 7 years ago

    Weight loss under the guise of nutrition coaching?

    1 point
    • Kyle A Kyle A , almost 7 years ago

      I've never used this app and have no idea what the results are there, but I began with changing my eating habits and researching nutrition on my own. I've lost 50 lbs so far in the last two and a half months. I'm not sure why nutrition-based weight loss seems surprising.

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      • Tyson SoelbergTyson Soelberg, almost 7 years ago

        It's not surprising—my issue is with the marketing. It appears to be general purpose nutrition coaching, but all copy and pull quotes paint it as simply weight loss. Nutrition coaching is appealing for countless reasons beyond weight loss.

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  • Antonio PratasAntonio Pratas, almost 7 years ago

    I definitely like the idea, and nutrition is the major drive to weight loss. And of course, weight loss is what most people are looking for, hence the focus on that. I just don't like the logo, it resembles Path too much.

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  • Martin BroderMartin Broder, almost 7 years ago

    I don't like the font they've used. Doesn't fit imho.

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  • Tony GinesTony Gines, almost 7 years ago

    Link: http://www.rise.us/

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