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Post 44: Who works on what?




There are lots of questions that we’re yet to answer with this product. How is it different from Who is the customer? Is this just for one vertical? etc.

The overall question we’re still trying to answer is “How might we improve the professional story telling experience?”

Over the weekend I met a bunch of folk in SF and finding out more about them afterwards is still a ‘Google their name and open a bunch of tabs’ situation.

The people I’m wanting to find out about often are involved in many projects or have made or contributed to many things.

Their personal websites are actually all pretty similar. Often one page with a bunch of text with links to things they’ve made or worked on.

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One thing I found myself wanting to know browsing around today was not just what you’d worked on but who did you work on it with.

At the top the .gif shows a mock of Shane’s profile with each of his projects represented as a tile and tapping on Skedadel, you get taken to a company tile with more info about the company and it shows you who works there.

This isn’t dissimilar to AngelList, but the key differences here are that it’s a mobile experience, and Shane can list other things about him like a Youtube clip or that fact that he’s done work with Charity Water.

All things that make up his professional story.

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