Samantha is a self-taught developer, career growth hacker, and startup founder. She was previously on the product management team at Google and led online growth initiatives for social media data startup Gnip. Now she's founder and CEO of Copywriter Central, a startup that helps businesses discover and hire freelance writers.
cool, thanks so much for the feedback!
Thanks for the feedback :)
Thanks a lot! So gold you enjoyed it!
Thank you samanth for your great feedback!
The plan is to outdo all typical linear newsfeed with an interesting layout similar to "path" app on the ipad along with popularity algorithm.
I'm excited to hear from you again once it gets completed, and hope it will always be useful to everyone.
Thank you very much for the positive and should I say heart-warming review!!!!
I've been working on the editor part of the project (as an open source development based on node) during the last year.
The fundamental idea is that most websites (restaurant websites, artist portfolio, blogs, everything that is not really an app, i.e. 95 percent of the stuff out there) can be designed (and fully realized) by a creative person with zero technical knowledge. This is what we want to achieve.
Programmers shoud develop reusable components
Designers should be able to freely assemble a site using reusable and stylable components. They should have full control on 100% of the visual stuff, be able to change it interactively and have instant visual feedback as they do so. They should be able to deploy on the click of a button.
The role of web 'integrator' (the guy who takes the photoshop and grinds it to text based, designer unfriendly css/html and totally breaks the feedback loop between the designer and the website) should be removed.
We work towards that goal, and use nodejs and all the beautiful things of CommonJS along the way.