29 comments

  • Todd CantleyTodd Cantley, 7 days ago

    God damn that is a nice website.

    22 points
    • Peter Cv, 7 days ago

      Very much agreed! How did they create the graphics, I have seen a similar style 2D which I can make, but how did they create the 3D illustrations?

      3 points
    • Joao ★, 5 days ago

      Looks like a inverted version of Sketch's website...especially on the about page.

      Wonderful design no less.

      0 points
  • James Young, 6 days ago

    That massive cookie warning when you first hit the site is a real slap in the face. It hides pretty much all your key content right off the bat.

    The icons and overall design is lovely but I'd definitely personally prefer to see even a just a snippet of what you're offering rather than reading about how you're shifting a paradigm and how you have a load of money in the bank. I think that would be a more compelling reason for me to sign up for news/access if I could see a little of what you're making for sure.

    That aside, it's a nice site and as others have already said, the icons/models are neat!

    Also - props on the perofrmance, 26 requests and 770kb first load. Very impressive!

    9 points
    • Javier-Simon Cuello, 6 days ago

      I'd definitely personally prefer to see even a just a snippet of what you're offering

      I'd say that probably there's nothing much to show publicly just yet.

      0 points
      • James Young, 6 days ago

        I'd be amazed if they couldn't cobble together a short demo video of some sort.

        They must have pitched something to raise that finance - I just feel it would be nice to have that teaser rather than just seeing another highly polished and promise filled landing page :)

        1 point
        • Javier-Simon Cuello, 6 days ago

          Yes, that's for sure ; )

          0 points
        • Mikael StaerMikael Staer, 6 days ago

          If you read their funding announcement, the entire thing was barely an idea in January.

          They pitched the Wunderlist team, not the product.

          1 point
          • Jim SilvermanJim Silverman, 6 days ago

            yeah, that was surprising to me as well. they don't seem to actually have a product yet, just founder pedigree.

            0 points
  • Aaron MoodyAaron Moody, 6 days ago

    oooooooow, can't wait for everyone to copy this icon style :D

    8 points
  • Dan Winer, 6 days ago

    Website looks lovely but…I signed up under this CTA:

    An open platform for presentations and content collaboration. Sign up to get early access.

    but when I received the confirmation email it read:

    Pitch Newsletter: Please Confirm Subscription

    I was expecting to sign up for early access, not a newsletter, you might want to amend either the language on the website or in the confirmation email (I'm still unsure what I signed up for). Anyway, I'm glad you guys are working on this and look forward to trying the software.

    5 points
    • Kevin YunKevin Yun, 3 days ago

      It's the standard Mailchimp signup template. They needed a form service and probably spent a few minutes setting this up.

      0 points
  • Fabricio Rosa Marques, 7 days ago

    Posted this earlier but used the comment instead of the site link - Hence deleted the old one reposting with an actual link, sorry about that.

    3 points
  • Javier-Simon Cuello, 6 days ago

    Reminds me a lot of Framer website (https://framer.com/) —but those illustrations are great, specially the dog at the bottom!

    1 point
    • Dominik SchmidtDominik Schmidt, 2 days ago

      Actually they have Koen Bok (CEO of Framer) on board with an investment. Perhaps he influenced a little :)

      1 point
  • Jared KrauseJared Krause, 5 days ago

    The site is nice and all, but I'm struggling to understand the product without visually seeing it.

    1 point
  • Andrew C, 6 days ago

    I like the Wunder-esque illustrations. So much personality! I wonder how long before it becomes untenable to maintain :P

    1 point
    • Michal Svoboda, 5 days ago

      Once you have characters modeled, textured it is easy to do super simple rigging and after that can be actually easier/faster to render new poses for new illustrations/animations than drawing everything in 2D

      1 point
      • Andrew C, 4 days ago

        It's a really nice technique and someone deserve kudos for the simple but bold choice on that. Makes me curious to see if that innovation translates over to their product.

        0 points
  • Ken Em, 6 days ago

    Using Safari on an iPad Air 2 running iOS 12, there's a bit of horizontal scrolling. Is there a fixed width in there somewhere?

    0 points
  • Lee AraújoLee Araújo, 3 days ago

    Love it!

    0 points
  • Nils Trieu, 6 days ago

    Hope it will not be sold after few years and stopped the development.

    0 points
    • Mikael StaerMikael Staer, 5 days ago

      It absolutely will be. All those investors (9) who put together $19mil (!) will want a return on investment eventually...

      0 points
  • karthik vijay, 6 days ago

    hi Fabricio, the website is impressive, product feels interesting! Do you have any details on the features? A demo video?

    0 points