A little context please

We launched Desinion just over 1 month ago, and we are extremely proud and almost overwhelmed by how popular it has become in such a short space of time. We have seen a large amount of kindly worded tweets, posts and comments made about Desinion over various social networks, and we have received a large number of positive emails from Desinion users all over the world.

It was always our plan to quietly launch the platform, and then take time in the stands to watch and learn how people react to the service, absorbing both the positive and the negative aspects of Desinion.

This one-month-long learning exercise has taught us many things, and we will excitedly be building out some amazing new, and extremely useful features based on what we have seen, experienced and learned over the last 30 days. In this particular blog post I won’t go into all the details about all the exciting future plans and features we have install, however I do want to share with you news about one very important feature that we are currently working on, and will release soon and that is a ‘More context feature’.

We have read tweets, blog post comments and received your emails on this subject and we 100% agree with all of the comments that suggest that more context is desperately needed when offering your opinions on the design concepts that are laid out in front of you. We also understand that more context on the designs will naturally allow for more informed and relevant decision making when it comes to either giving or getting valued opinions. Adding functionality that allows for more context has now become our number one priority, and it is something that we hope to build out in coming weeks.

We also understand that more context will allow for more informed and relevant decision making when it comes to either giving or getting valued opinions. Adding functionality that allows for more context has now become our number one priority”.

We are always grateful for your suggestions and will always listen to your feedback. It is you, the Desinion community that will shape the future of Desinion. You guys have spoken and we will be delivering.

Please, should you have any further suggestions or comments please do not hesitate to contact us.

Written by Chris Payne (@chrisypayne), Graphic Designer & Founder of Desinion.com
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