Narrative Clips in the Wild
Hope you all have had a great start to 2014! It feels exciting to enter a new stage in Narrative’s history, the transformation from being a product idea to actually delivering a real user-experience. The first weeks of January have been all about focusing on improving and speeding up the production and shipping rate. Right now, everything is pointing in the direction that we will be able to keep the most recent shipping dates you got earlier in December (yay!) Please note: the shipping dates you see when logging in to shipping.getnarrative.com reflect the date your Narrative Clip leaves the factory. After that there’s a shipping time of 2 days to 2 weeks, depending on where on the planet you live.
You Kickstarter backers were our earliest believers and investors and without you we would never have reached this point. Now you are increasingly becoming our early users as much as investors and as we continue our quest for improving your Narrative experience, we will still need your help. Your feedback is essential for us to make leaps in development. From how we can develop better features to how we can make the user communication even clearer, your feedback is highly appreciated and needed. The most fun is, of course, getting inspiration from you and discovering new ways the Narrative Clip can be used. It is fantastic to see your commitment and here are just a few examples, keep it up!
Chris Ridings; has made a short review of his first impression of the Clip.
Dirks Hirnableiter; has shared some thoughts on both the Clip and lifelogging.
With increasingly numbers of Narrative Clips out in the wild, we see more and more Narrative photos being shared on various social platforms. If you haven’t already, please check us out on Instagram (@getnarrative #narrativeclip), Twitter (@getnarrative) or Facebook to share and get inspiration from other users. Here’s a picture from when I visited Cape Verde a few weeks ago (No filter)! Hands down one of my best moments of 2014 so far and it would have never been captured without my dear Clip.
In early January, we conducted a live chat with a small group of backers discussing how we can facilitate the getting started process of the Narrative Clip. A few days before Christmas we had visits to two of our Swedish offices where backers got first hand updates from the Narrative management team. User forums are popping up and a group of Swedish backers have started a Facebook forum where new features discussions are going on. Please don’t hesitate to join in - the more the merrier!
Thanks again for your support and for believing in us!
Lots of love,
Elisabet (@ElisabetStigard) and the Narrative Team