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We'll send you: 3 random component (button, input, label, navbar, etc.) containing its respective css, sass and html code.


Made with love & coffee by @seruda & @rosa7082

Updated: Aug 16, 12:38 pm PST

📊 Stats and metrics

646

Mailchimp
Subscribers

$0

Revenue

2800

Launch

sessions

77+

Followers on Twitter
@seruda + @rosa7082


🚀 Launch


Product Hunt 😺

Launch
Sunday, Aug 13, 2017 - 4:41 am PST

Result
350+ upvotes - top #1

Link
https://www.producthunt.com/posts/stylepill

Conclusion
Sunday is a great day to small projects and makers who don't have a big audience.


Hacker News ☢️

Launch
Sunday, Aug 13, 2017 - 7:30 am PST

Result
5 point - position 598 (section: New)

Link
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=15002862

Conclusion
The title used, or the day chosen was not the best decision. We will continue to improve our texts and analyzing the best day/hour to post on HN.


👩🏻‍💻👨🏻‍💻 Building process

Aug 12, 2017 - 7:00 pm PST
We were checking Twitter and we came across a comments thread from @levelsio where they exposed some small interesting projects created in carrd.co by @ajlkn. Which inspired us and we set out to create a project which will take us only 1 night to build (3 to 4 hours) using the same tool and launching it the next morning.

Aug 13, 2017 - 4:41 am PST
We submitted the project on Product Hunt. We spent approximately 3 hours building the site, creating the assets requested by Product Hunt (thumbnail, images gallery, texts, etc.).


🔧 Used Tools

carrd.co (to build the site without code).Styledown (to create the components section page to show each one in detail).GitHub Page (to host components section page quickly).Mailchimp (to create signup form).


📝 Features checklist

Create "Now" section to show progress information.

Add discussion threads around each component (Disqus / PH style comments).

People are able to submit their owns components to receive feedback and traction to their sites/social media.

Add an upvotes system to highlight components.

Do you have something better in mind? Use the form below to send us your idea! Thanks a lot!🙇