I am an obsessive product designer who loves coming up with simple and fun products that anyone can enjoy. I came up with the idea of multi-image photo communication while I was sitting at my desk at work. I suddenly thought it would be fun to share and receive an ephemeral full screen composite image of 3 photos automatically taken within 3 seconds. Later that evening I gave the app the name Triplic, short for Triple Picture, designed the mock ups for each screen, and started thinking of the fastest way to get a prototype built and submitted into the app store. I soon discovered a great development team in Portland, Oregon who I hired to help me develop the concept and bring it to life.
Paul Ward is the head of the technical team who manages the execution of the project. He is an award winning multi-media developer and designer with 13 years of experience. Paul has worked with high profile clients such as BASF, Amway, Ford Motors, CAT, USPS, Wolverine World Wide, Kawasaki Global, and Roadrunner Records. Languages include PHP, C++, XML, HTML, CSS, Java Script, MySQL, UNIX Shell, Action script.
What collage photo apps have shown is that people have a desire to share multiple photos at once. Triplic reduces cognitive strain by eliminating tons of layout and editing choices and instead focuses on speed, convenience, and communication value. Triplic allows you to tell a story about what's happening right now in a unique way, and we believe is the beginning of an exciting new trend of how young people will use photos to communicate.
We've launched on iOS first and expect to have an Android version released by Summer of 2014. We're currently raising funds to help cover costs of server hosting fees, feature iterations, maintaining the website, and scaling our product. The timeline for the project is as follows:
End-March: Finish receiving financial support.
April/May - Launch v2 with camera upgrades on IOS.
June/July: Release Android version.
Thank you for your support!
Risks and challenges
As with most apps, we might encounter risks and challenges along the way including: bugs in the iOS code, glitches in the camera system. However with the money we raise, we will make sure the app will be a high quality experience for everyone!Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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