Beehind the Scenes of the Beeminder Redesign

Wednesday, November 9, 2016
By Josh Pitzalis
One of the screenshots from the original design

It’s been a few weeks since we launched the Big Beeminder Redesign of 2016. For those of you who are web design nerds or just can’t get enough peeking inside the beehive, we’re proud to have the creative force behind the redesign, ... »

New Official URLminder Integration

Tuesday, November 1, 2016
By bsoule
Oscar Wilde looking bored

Today marks the beginning of the 17th annual NaNoWriMo. For the uninitiated that’s NAtional NOvel WRIting MOnth. For 17 years folks have been joining together on the internet over the month of November to pen their own 50,000 word novels. This year they expect half a million participants. That’s a lot of people trying to write a lot... »

Unveiling the Big Beeminder Redesign of 2016

Friday, October 14, 2016
By dreeves
Hexagonal buttons from the new dashboard

Remember back in the day (yesterday) when Beeminder’s interface was all cluttered and intimidating and looked like it was made in 2011, by kernel hackers and accountants? Or computer scientists and behavioral econ nerds who gradually agglomerated a multiheaded beast of a system to implement their crazy lifehacking schemes. Beeminder gave the impression that you needed... »

Introducing Lillian Karabaic, Minister of the Exterior

Wednesday, September 28, 2016
By Lillian Karabaic
An Infinibee with blue glasses

Big news today: we have grown! We’ll leave it to Lillian to tell the backstory but we are pretty over the moon about this. We’ve been courting Lillian forever, even before it was financially realistic, since it seemed pretty clear she’d be able... »

Newbee Corner: What Happens When I ‘Derail’?

Saturday, September 10, 2016
By bsoule
wooden toy train derailing

First off, what do we mean by derailing? We mean you pass your deadline — midnight by default — with today’s datapoint in the red. Here’s an example of a... »

Team Black vs Team Yellow: The Two Styles of Beeminding

Thursday, August 25, 2016
By Oliver Mayor
Karate kick in black and yellow

This is a guest post by Oliver Mayor, an avid Beeminder user for going on four years. He’s a software developer who’s interested in human-behavior-shaping technology and often has pretty deep insights related to Beeminder. We were especially... »