If you search for any random query on Google and look for the closest blog, it's most likely to be written by an SEO-optimised bot infested with tons of Unsplash images.
I talk about building indie products | Helped over 650+ people build products at http://buildbystl.com | Former designer turned product manager @noorahealth
We built a web3 based smart-contract based habit tracker to help everyone achieve their goals. The concept is simple. Get your work done by increasing the stakes of losing. Stake $MATIC with your accountability partner and get back the money if you upload your proof-of-work.
One of the main reasons behind workplace discrimination among women can be attributed to resource availability. Among these resources, the development of math and science skills in early childhood through STEM toys are considered to be important for children of age groups 4 to 7.
Sterilo is an open-source hardware project where everything ranging from engineering drawings to technical know-hows in building was made transparent.
I've built diverse projects in fields ranging from web3, online courses, synthetic interfaces, book clubs, medical devices and EV charging stations. This is the entire list. All the new, old, archived, disbanded, fresh, unused, hidden, and famous projects.
Building desirable products starts with having better observations. Here's an easy trick for better observations:
The following is a log from building PromptHero, an AI prompt generator in public. The following is a twitter thread depicting the journey of PromptHero to ~$100 in sales.
The following is a log from building Clarity notes, a Youtube note taking app in public. I kept building the momentum around the product in public and bringing a small niche audience together to grow this product.
You might have heard of 10x engineers and designers. But how about a 10x team? Do such teams exist? A 10x team cannot be made by just bringing all the 10x folks together. An ant is different from an ant colony. Let's dive deeper into how it's BUILT: