The point was to sell easy-to-use and beautiful HTML templates to busy developers.
There was one flaw however. I honestly would never use the templates that I created.
Since I would never see a developer like myself use it, then that also includes quite a lot of others out on the web. I was never really satisfied with the quality of my templates and sorta rushed through the building process. 😕
Now let's switch this onto a good note. 🎶
Right now I am building GlowAndGrow - Painless, growth-focused 🌱, reflective journaling.
Why is this great? Because I would actually want to use it. I'm not super great at journaling and past "lazy-journal-methods" haven't worked for me. I've already talked to quite a few people about this and they seemed pretty onboard with this idea too.
When creating an app, product, or tool, it is very important to keep in mind the following:
So go ahead. If you are currently building a tool right now or have a good idea for an app, ask yourself that question.
If it's a "yes", then great! Continue where you were.
But if you say "no", then you should take a moment to think about how this effects your effort and motivation to build whatever you are building.
So if you take the time to find something to work on that you would use, you'll simply just enjoy working on it more and at the same time will bring others like yourself along the journey.
Thanks for reading! 👋