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Oh there is definitely a lot of trying involved. But I've done enough failing in this space that I act very deliberately and have very low expectations about people's interest in the things I make. Like, I've built things where I had to beg my friends and family to use.

So definitely no "if we build it, they will come" mantra, but more of a "If we obsess over the details, remain patient, offer clear value and respect peoples' time, they will come eventually" attitude.

 

Sounds about right haha :) Do you have a group of folks that you're gathering feedback from (aka the Slack group?) or are you just observing how people are using the site?

It's a combination of things. It's always a matter of "we could be doing more" but right now we're working with UX students to audit our site as a part of their program in school and we are super excited to see what they come back to us with.

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