On the cool media coverage we had and a bonus hint of the terrific redesign
Do you know what’s good about an interesting project?
It’s not only about your thrill as a creator of it. Not at all. All of us surely love what we do and tend to view our works as unique, noteworthy and precious. This is a pretty natural process that sometimes can be seen by social psychologists as illusory superiority.
But when something holds a real value, others tend to recognize this and share your enthusiasm and fascination. And this is one of the best feelings in the world.
During the last weeks two of the biggest local media went on to interview us regarding Microweber. Investor.bg is a strictly expert economic issue with a strong technological column. Their reporter Elena came to our office to have a lengthy chat on what inspires us and where is the software heading to. Dnevnik.bg is on of the most influential all-around online media here in Bulgaria. They were so amazed with the software that we'll be running on the specialized print edition of their "Capital Daily" media!
And it's not only about them. A lot of readers keen on making their website got pumped up too! Twitter user Peter Nikolow said that Microweber is "the most intriguing CMS he has seen in the course of this year".
These may seem like small fragments to you, but to us they are precious. They mean someone - and by "someone" we mean "an increasing number of people" share our passion and value what we do.
So we thank them with appreciation, and thank you once again for sticking with us. As we bragged too much already, let's pose a question that makes us wonder something - and that you should be interested in too.
Hm, how might the version 1.0 redesign look like? We're not sure at all, but here's a possible little hint...
Images are taken from the wonderful Green Kitchen Stories.