Hi, I’m Brayden.
A Frontend developer and freelancer. You might know me from BuildFaster.co (HTML template-selling site). If not, then it’s good to meet you! 👋
Anywho, for the past few months, I’ve taken a break from indiehacking after dropping BuildFaster. During this break, I’ve had the time to stop, breathe, and think of new ideas. I’ve also learned new technologies like NextJS and Firebase which I can implement in future projects. 🚧
Well, when I started BuildFaster, I wanted to make money. Not gonna lie, 😅 that was my goal. I didn’t think of the beginning problem thoroughly and instead jumped right to the solution. Because of that, I didn’t get onto the path I wanted originally.
This time, it’s going to be different.
I want to actually take the time to brainstorm a problem and make a solution that I can scale, grow and audience with, and monetize.
So I’m opening this question up to all the developers.
No profession is perfect 🌈 , so there are always some cons about what you like to do.
It can be an issue that already exists, or something you struggle with.
I greatly appreciate your help. Thanks! 😄