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Growth of an indie-publishing market in South Korea and the U.S.
More and more people want to write. However, many people struggle with writer's block.
There is a growing motivation for casual writing and self-publishing.
People want to write more than ever, but many are reluctant to become writers themselves.
There are many excuses not to write: ****
“No one will read my writing”
“I’m not good at writing”
“I’m afraid I will be judged”
“I don’t have time to write”
However, we believe that anyone can write. If they just had the right tools and guidance.
Snapshot from our ideation workshop
We started this project after participating in a writing group. It was a very simple system, the most MVP it could be. We shared our writing on a group chat every Wednesday. 💬
Using a group chat had the following pain points:
So we came together and sketched what an ideal app for communal writing could look like. After prioritizing the essential features, we built a simple beta app.