A New Way to Explore an Incredible Creative Universe
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Here’s some fun news: we just launched a whole new Discover experience. As of today, it’s even easier for you to explore incredible creative projects on Kickstarter. It’s a new world in there.
Well, start at the top of that main Discover page, where you’ll now have easy access to each of Kickstarter’s 15 creative categories. Interested in Games projects? Just click and jump right in. You’ll zoom straight to our Games page, where you can explore the entire category — from Staff Picks to Popular projects to Projects your friends backed, to every single subcategory. (If you’ve been watching this space lately, you’ll recall we now have subcategories for practically everything.)
Scroll further down the main Discover page, and you’ll see we've also added a section for Project of the Day — plus an easy way to flip through all previously featured projects. It's not a time machine, but it's a great way to look back on what's happened in the past.
You’ll notice something similar on every single category page — a freshly featured project! We're going to start featuring a project in every category. Why? Because there are so many incredible projects out there — more than we have days to feature them! — but we’d love to show you as many as we can. And we’d love for you to show us, too. If there’s a project you think is exceptional, and think we should highlight for the rest of the Kickstarter community, just let us know in the comments, or email email@example.com.
But hey, you don’t need us to tell you all about this new Discover page. Just head right over, give it a spin yourself, and have fun exploring a vast creative universe.
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