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- I searched for folding table in Tokopedia (https://tokopedia.com)
- I don't know the exact keyword to search for the item that I want to buy. I want to buy the table for my laptop that I can set up the height.
It would be great if you finish the use-case page. I found it on the below of the landing page.
I still have no idea how people can take benefit from your product.
Is it for tech people or business people?
I think tech people will do their own cron job.
The added value is integration with Slack, airtable, google sheet.
I was using Mi Home Security Camera where it can detect the motion in designated areas. I use this to track the movement of my cat in my apartment. Several people use this camera as CCTV for their shop or to keep watching their baby in the bedroom.
The problem that I found from Mi Home Security Camera is that it needs the internet (I tried to remove the internet connection and it didn't work) and stored on somewhere database. On the other hand, I am aware of data privacy. It feels that I was being monitored. Thus, I stop using the security camera. It would be great if there is a on-device smart security camera that is not connected to any database. Though, it will show another challenge that I haven't thought about.
I agree with Taste_Doctor. The list of researched question templates is needed.
The questions that I found after doing through the landing page are:
- How can I integrate with the Slack?
- How can I add personalized questions?
- How is the layout of Kaapi? What is for what?
- I think it is time to make the prospective client be able to integrate the product themselves. (To try it on).
I have tried to outsource 1 of my pain development problems. The result is not as expected.
If you want to outsource it, make sure that it is not the main feature and not under a tight deadline.
After that experience, I prefer to build the main feature by myself even it needs extra work to do.
Hi Aditya, Yeah, I was looking for various use cases during Covid-19, such as verifying the visitors with temperature. However, it is hard to find cheap and reliable hardware to be used.
What I mean with bridge product is a product that performs as the introduction before the users use our main product. I.e. we introduce biometric one-time-password, but there is a high barrier for users to use it. Thus, I am thinking to build an OTP verification platform using SMS, miss-call, etc so that the company can acknowledge our startup and then we can introduce the biometric OTP verification.
Hi, Thanks for the feedback.
It seems that we reject the email because of +.
We will update the backend around this wek.
1. I have done the intro tutorial a few months ago. As far as I remember, the onboarding flow is smooth and clear. It helps the user to understand the process from uploading data until data augmentation.
2. It might be better if you write something that can solve a real-world problem. Currently, the public dataset provides chess, raccoon, or synthetic dataset. I will be more interested in the post is about "Build your own people counting detector for your retail" (Something like that). It is clear that your platform is useful for experienced computer vision engineers/scientists, isn't it? Then, I think the blog should be focused on intermediate or advanced content. I think the current blog focuses on beginner computer vision engineers. However, it depends on your target users. You might want to do a survey on how your users' experience and what content they want. Currently, when I stuck on computer vision problems, what I do is googling and reading medium or toward data science or GitHub solutions.
3. The big player in the market is the research center in the industry or academic. Thus, you might want to focus on that. As labelbox.com, they give free for educational purposes. You might want to collaborate with one or a few universities to promote. If you can attract top Professors at UCSD, Berkeley who are experts in the computer vision and have publications in CVPR or ICCV, it might really help for your product sales. Previously, when I visited ICCV 2019 in Korea, there are many startups that exhibit their tools to be sold to academia or industry. You can see the list here (https://hallerickson.ungerboeck.com/prod/app85.cshtml?AppCode=VFP&OrgCode=71&EvtID=5001&CC=ICCV19SM)
1. I think employee referrals might not work for a small team, especially startup. I have 5 people in my teams, and we don't do referral things. However, if the company has an HR division, it might really useful to track the referral.
2. Yes, it is clear. I think how it works and onboarding guide is enough. :)
1. Unfortunately, I don't have an iPhone at my house to test your app. So, I couldn't give feedback on the first one.
2. I haven't done code in Swift UI, but from my point-of-view in Android. Yes, I think it is useful for both designers and developers (Not only one). For designers, they can put design so that they can see the results directly from the phone. (Maybe you can add preview from your phone). For developers, they don't need to waste their time making their own layout resource files. I think the challenge might be how to make the design is responsive to all displays.