Caleb Barclay

Cereal.ventures Joined almost 5 years ago

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  • Posted to Prefab Home Marketplace (No-Code), Oct 03, 2019

    Excited to finally launch this project! This is a full redesign that includes 40 new prefabs and a complete UX overhaul. We've had some traction with our MVP (3,761 leads) and got some great feedback that we’ve implemented in this version:

    • Added over 40 new prefabs
    • Targeted North American Manufacturers (lower shipping cost, permits)
    • Clearer prices, process, and service offerings for each home
    • Added DIY options for just parts and/or blueprints
    • Added financing: Interest-free cash for homeowners

    Ben at Makerpad interviewed me about the process: https://bit.ly/2oB7DDa. It is a no-code website, built entirely in Webflow.

    Would love to hear your feedback

    3 points
  • Posted to 5 Step for including Motion in Design Systems, May 08, 2019

    Honored to write this article for Figma's new design systems website. Would love to get any thoughts. Newbie writer here.

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  • Posted to Dwellito - A Curated List of the Top Modular Homes, Dec 12, 2018

    I missed that, thanks Todd. Will add that now.

    1 point
  • Posted to Investment Calculator - A Beautifully Simple Retirement Calculator, in reply to Taylor Palmer , Mar 06, 2018

    I'm glad you like this one! The traction from today is super motivating so we have a lot of ideas to vet, including 401k, savings, inflation calculations, etc. Great catch with the typo, I'm always missing those.

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  • Posted to Investment Calculator - A Beautifully Simple Retirement Calculator, in reply to Florian Grau , Mar 06, 2018

    Thank you! I'm glad you find it optimistic. Many people say it's too pessimistic / conservative so that must mean your retirement is on point :)

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  • Posted to Investment Calculator - A Beautifully Simple Retirement Calculator, in reply to Stevie E , Mar 06, 2018

    Great feedback, thank you! The hero layout might be the reason why the eyes move horizontally, instead of downward. I'll see where I can add a signifier to move the progression to scroll. Thanks again!

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