Archive for November 2009
Two weeks into the beta, you have probably experienced our crosswords, got familiar with the concept of solving them on your Kindle and perhaps even successfully solved a few (Congrats!).
We wanted to take this opportunity to share some of the things we plan for the near future. The general theme, apparently, is more:
- More content – dramatically increase our crossword offering, allowing you to choose your preferred crossword types, crossword writers and crossword levels
- More content types – add high-quality Sudoku puzzles and other types of mind games
- More interaction – enable you to rate puzzles, share them with your friends, discuss them and rank your skills
- More devices – enable you to solve puzzles across devices (for example, start on your Kindle during lunch, finish at home at your desktop)
Our ultimate goal is to create a vivid community of puzzle solvers and puzzle writers who solve, share and talk about their passion.
We’d love to hear your thoughts – what would you like to see coming first? What did we leave out? What should we improve? Let us know!
And there it goes…Months of brainstorming, designing, programming, writing all converged into what is now known as Puzux.com. Next steps? brainstorming, designing, programming, writing and much more. There is one major different, though. We now have new authority to guide us – you!
Before launching it’s all about envisioning – what our users would like to see, how to provide them with the best possible experience, and even what they’d hate. And we continue to envision even more exciting additions to Puzux in the future! But now that we have the site up and running we start getting actual feedback from our real users and we are able to figure how close we were with our vision to our users’ needs and expectations.
So far – we’re happy! We were able to identify some bugs and flaws that we fixed during our first week online, got some great ideas and also general encouragement from people who were waiting for such content for their kindle (yay!). So what more can we ask for? simply more. more feedback, more comments and more things you’d like to see. It’s easy too – just follow this link and start sharing!