LifeSizer is launching!
(june 4, 2012)
It’s been a while since I’ve written here, but a lot of things have been happening behind the scenes. After many more months of hard work, we are now ready to launch our public beta. The LifeSizer viewer has been in use for some time now with a few trial customers. We’ve integrated a completely new and slick design, both in the LifeSizer viewer as well as the website. We’ve spoken to customers and potential customers and learned from their needs, wishes, and feedback on our service. We’ve made it even easier for our customers to add images, by developing a bookmarklet that they can use to LifeSize images directly on their own sites. Our LifeSizer patents are pending. We’ve worked out strategy and pricing. We’ve worked on our server architecture to improve reliability and make sure that we can scale to support any size customer. Site content and documentation was update.
We cleaned up our code and tested the hell out of this thing. Yes, there is still plenty to do and plenty of things to improve, and if you check back in a few weeks you’re likely to see several more changes and new features.
Generally though, I feel really good about what we’ve built: a cool, unique, easy to integrate service that helps to solve a real problem that people are dealing with every day. A problem that is causing people frustration and that is costly, especially to businesses. Every time I explain to someone what LifeSizer does, I am told the same story. ‘I wish I would have had that when I bought …’.
The wait is now over. We are open for business and now launching the world’s first integrated life-size browsing experience. We hope you’ll find it useful!