# Tag Archive

## Beeminder: A User’s Guide for New Bees

Friday, February 21st, 2014

## 1000 Days of User-Visible Improvements

Thursday, November 21st, 2013

UPDATE: A revised and updated version of this article is now on Messy Matters. It’s amazing where one trivial user-visible improvement per day will eventually get you to. We’ve made 1000 user-visible improvements (UVIs) to »

## Beeminder ♥ … You! How To Build Your Own Beeminder Integrations

Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

After adding Jawbone last month, I realized that we could be approaching an asymptote in Beeminder’s coverage for integrations. We’ve covered some of the most popular apps and devices, but their numbers are exploding, and there’s no way we could hope to keep up. Even by beeminding them — it doesn’t pass the want-can-will... »

## Beeminder Turns Two!

Saturday, October 12th, 2013

Yo-yo-yo! We’re two! So perhaps we should say yo-yo? Remember two years ago when we launched? You almost surely don't! (If you do, let us know because we have... »

## Beehind the Curtain: Secrets of our Support Success

Friday, August 2nd, 2013

We’re often praised for our stellar customer support. For the possible benefit of other startups, or anyone else who’s curious, here are our secrets! First, all the usual “customer is always right” stuff is just common sense if you’re genuinely excited about promoting your company and having your users feel good about you. I’m skipping everything that was... »

## Spiraling Into Control

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

This is a guest post by Nick Winter, cofounder of Skritter and CodeCombat and author of The Motivation Hacker. He also works on Quantified Mind. We’ve mentioned Nick Winter and The Motivation Hacker before, in particular because... »