Thanks for taking a look.
What we set out to do with this first version is to give the user a place to record important information about the people they care about the most as well as prompting them to think about important questions they may not have thought about before. From our research, there is no software that sets out to do this for just the average person. Having this knowledge piece if the first part of our "MVP" but we certainly have future plans to add things like reminders and activity. The knowledge piece comes first however and we accomplished a good amount for a 48 hour time window. We are actively user testing and analyzing usage data for our users and will certainly iterate off of what we learn but so far we're seeing that many users are finding this product useful.
I'm a bit surprised you think our video took more time than our development. We have a pretty polished design, no major bugs and accomplished exactly what we set out to do in a very small time window. This took us a combined effort of over 100 hours over the 48 hour period. The video took maybe 3 hours (and was done post competition) so I'm really confused as to why you would think this. We worked our tails off to get this out and I'm pretty proud of what our team accomplished in a short amount of time.
I'd be happy to answer any tech/product questions for you. Shoot me an email if you'd like: wmdmark at gmail.
Hey Roger, thanks for the review! Sorry it didn't seem like much work, maybe because it just worked ;) Anyway we spent time setting up the API, styling, sync and WebRTC. Thanks again.
Thanks for your feedback!