Why Quick Query? Have you ever needed an ice breaker at a meeting? A conversation starter at a party? A team building exercise? A way to get to know others at a class or conference?
Enter Quick Query! Quick Query is a simple and easy way to connect with others. Questions are work friendly!
How does it work? It's super easy! Pick a card from the deck, ask a question, and have fun!
How did Quick Query get started? Last year I started working with a new team and wanted to come up with a way for us to get to know each other better. Before we started a meeting I asked a simple question that each person answered. While it only took a few seconds to answer, it really changed our meetings and interactions in a positive way. Everyone knows each other better, we have more fun, and I have even gotten feedback that productivity has gone up. The questions have even spread to other meetings within the company. Yay!
What's with the flying squirrel wearing glasses? The squirrel design was created for my website and social media under SquirrelFriday. I love squirrels and I wear glasses, so why not a flying squirrel wearing glasses?! I thought this design would make a fun back for the cards.
What do you get? Quick Query is a complete set of poker size playing cards with a question on each card, including the Jokers. That is a total of 54 questions! The cards are 2.25" x 3.5" and printed on 310gsm, casino quality, smooth finish paper. The cards are cello wrapped and come in a custom tuckbox.
Funding goal: The amount of $750 will cover printing costs, packaging, and shipping within the United States. I've also figured in the approximately 10% in Kickstarter and Amazon fees.
Contributors: I want to thank the people who helped contribute to this project with questions and encouragement: Emily, Julia Jurgens, Renee Bibby, Leila Nassar, Jamilia N., Karen, Allison Golinkoff, Erica Sinkovic, Jason Pope, Keith Brown, and Nikola, And thank you to those who appeared in my video: Avocado Crisis, Bill Salfelder, Brad, Crystal Lemons, Danny Reckless, Diattle Gore, Kim Delacy, and Trae Davis.
Thanks for taking time to check out my project and thank you for backing!
Risks and challenges
I'm using a printer that has worked with other Kickstarter projects (http://customizedplayingcards.com) The design and layout of the cards is already done. Once the project is successfully funded, I just need to contact the printer with the quantity to print.
There should be no risks involved unless equipment fails at the printer and delays printing. In this worst case scenario, I will provide updates to backers.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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