VoxR is born.
What a day. Today more than a year of thinking, trying, programming, testing, feedbacking, tweaking and twiddling have come … well, not to an end, but to an important stop over.
VoxR sees the light of a greater community.
If you’re reading this then you have seen or heard of VoxR long before it’s goint out to the greater public which will be early 2016.
Chances are, that YOU have been fundamental in what VoxR has become: A tool that some have graciously call grand, some genius, some “truly cool”.
We refer to it as simply “beautiful”. It does what it’s supposed to and it does it in such a simple way that we enjoy the elegance of HOW it does what it’s doing every single day we or one of our clients work with it.
Now, I’m not saying this to boast. I’m saying this because this wouldn’t have been possible without the constant feedback we’ve been getting while we developped VoxR further.
And by the way: We firmly intend to keep it this way. We would like to hear what YOU, the VoxR implementers, VoxR moderators, VoxR users, for short: the VoxR community think.
We would love to continually hear from you, your thoughts and ideas: Let us know them. We’re always curious and while we haven’t implemented EVERYTHING we have heard, we did realize quite a few hints here and there and, again, we won’t stop doing this – dare I say – ever.
For now, let me say again: Thanks for accompanying us to this point. We’re pumped to go forward, together with you!