Awe Me - Your personal online storeSan Francisco

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Awe Me - Your personal online store

By Awe Me

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Quick Intro

Awe Me is the personal online store for everybody! Sell your PSD files, code, eBooks, and anything else from your Computer, Dropbox, Facebook, or Google Drive.

Description

Awe Me is the personal online store for everybody! Sell your PSD files, code, eBooks, and anything else from your Computer, Dropbox, Facebook, or Google Drive.

Judging Instructions

1) Site: http://super-happy-fun-time.2013.nodeknockout.com

2) Purchasing: Click on the "Buy Now" button in the example store: http://super-happy-fun-time.2013.nodeknockout.com/RateMyApp. Each item also has its own URL, too.

3) Selling: Click "Sign in with Twitter" and visit "Manage My Store" to add your own items. Simply click "Add Item" for each item you wish to sell.

4) Attaching a file: Click "Pick file" to attach the file you want to send to the user whenever they purchase the product. It can be a zip file, image, text, or video. You can choose from your Computer, Dropbox, Google Drive, or anywhere else.

5) Click the "go live" checkbox whenever you want to hide or show the item in your Awe Me store. Share the link to the item and make money!

What they Used

Node.js, everyauth, AngularJS, filepicker.io, mongodb, stripe, and Intellij IDEA 11.

Who
  • vlad — San Francisco

Votes

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  • judge

    KISSmetrics

    Things like tihis already exist to a great extent. The integrations are an interesting twist.

  • contestant

    Cuttle

    Signed in with twitter fine, tried adding the top item in the fake store, all the item's modals popped up, clicking other items didn't seem to do anything. When adding items no where to add a file but it did appear in my store, great idea though!

  • judge

    Deutsche Telekom AG

    I like the idea of selling digital goods from every possible cloud storage, the concept needs to be improved & the UI needs some serious polish.

  • contestant

    IOKI

    There's no design here (except for the popups - which aren't that responsive and miss an image) - wish I could give more points here.

  • contestant
  • judge

    Seems like a nice little app, and good job implementing Stripe. But I felt the app should've brought a little more innovation to the table to differentiate itself from the numerous similar services already out there.

  • contestant

    Hacker School

    Hi there! This seems like a fun project to build :). I definitely see why someone might want to sell small things, but I don't see a particular way that this innovates on existing online shops. Reasonably useable though!

  • contestant

    Super simple to use, although it didn't appear have a persistent backend - or I encountered an issue while saving an item (tried twice).

  • contestant

    A thin wrapper around the stripe payment widget. The design needs a bit of work.

IMPORTANT DATES

REGISTRATION
SEP 17
COMPETITION
NOV 9-11 UTC
JUDGING
NOV 11-17
WINNERS
NOV 18

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