Especially going into the Halloween weekend, the devil is in the details. Better have a closer look at how to make sure your website is running smoothly (everywhere!) to keep him down in the hole.
Reverse the unstoppable depreciation of your vehicle, rely on reminders that actually come to your memory’s rescue, and build mobile-friendly apps without coding. No tricks, only treats, inside the KillerStartups Weekly Roundup pumpkin.
- Is it up? Is it working? What about here? What about there? Go back to bed, founders, knowing that your site is just fine, after having a look through GeoPeeker.
- Nothing – nothing – shows emotion quite like facial expressions. Video exchanges on Flyreel leave no doubt.
- Qeepsake helps overwhelmed parents to record exciting events and collect a digital baby book – before memories and the precious moments disappear.
- What possession costs too much, sits idle too often, and raises our blood pressure dangerously high? A car. RideConnect makes the life of vehicle ownership so much better.
Living the Startup Life
- Most reminders prove dismayingly easy to ignore or forget. They just don’t help us with the right info in the right moment. RemindMeAt offers a different system, and it’s even harder to miss than an ink-smudged hand.
- If your phone has more than, let’s say… five selfies stored on it, then this app is for you. Between your grinning and goofy poses, you can use that camera to help eliminate food waste.
- Comfortable clothing with classic designs, for a fraction of traditional prices. No strings attached. (Truthfully, these clothes – straight from the designer – come without buttons, clasps, zippers and other accoutrements.)
Startup Tips & Trends
- Running a human resource department usually doesn’t rank high on the chart of founders’ concerns. Even once HR becomes a necessity, this still holds true. Here’s how the clueless or the averse can keep HR off the to-do list.
- Tricked out mobile apps, prototypes, and everything in-between – without coding. That’s withOUT coding. The internet’s not just for techies anymore.
- The digital age has been tough on wordsmiths slow to embrace the necessity for killer visual design. This is how you stay in print and stay focused on print, by producing a digital publication gorgeous to look at as well as to read.