Last week we completed our revamp of LockerPulse. On Wednesday we launched our re-design, on Friday we completed our source project, and I spent the last few days tying up a few loose ends and debugging a few minor issues. By my count, in total there were about 40 changes – design/UI improvements, feature improvements, and fixed bugs – and 567 new news sources added, bringing the total number of sites that we’re indexing to around 1400.
If you’re interested in checking out the Premium Version, this link is good for free access for life for the first 100 people that sign up within the next week (by the end of the day on 9/12).
Here are some screenshots of the home page, a team page, and the My News page you see when logged in:
All in all a job well done I think. Everything came together real fast – Mike and I spent a full day together two weeks ago and collaboratively got through a list of things that I thought could have taken many weeks if we were working independently.
I feel like the site as a whole is at the point where we’re ready to make a push with it, although for the time being my primary attention has to turn to preparations the upcoming DI Holiday season, which is another topic for another day.
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