Today we are proud to announce the launch of a new cleaner redesign for your Geeklist Profile pages! As with many a startup we, too, have launched, discovered and iterated based on what we’ve learned from our users. In doing so we found that surfacing the information that our users were updating and sharing daily while pushing down some of the evergreen data will make for a better user experience. As the core of Geeklist remains our ability to let users share what they have done through Achievement cards and earn credit where credit is due, the use or creation of those cards is not a daily activity. It’s a milestone event and something which happens less frequently than say code commits into your Github repo or link-sharing using the GeekIt bookmarklet or GeekIt chrome extension.
So here is an example of the new profiles, this particular one is very complete with information, repos, communities, links and of course… Achievements (thanks Sean!)
What we have learned over the past months is that our most vibrant and exciting areas are in our Communities, Links and Link-sharing features like up-voting and re-geeking/sharing links to your most important resources.
The new profile pages are in the beta mode, so your comments and suggestions are very welcome - email us, use the support tab or just tell us right in the Micro stream on the main page.
Now’s a great time to go in and update your profile, link to your Github repos, share some achievements and get the companies you work with set up in Geeklist too.
- Geeklist Team