So yes I finally managed to publish VSJO. So this means I can finally release VSJO to my users right? That should be the next step. But I was feeling nervous.
I was a bit worried about releasing VSJO to people who signed up for it. It's a simple app. The design is simple, nothing fancy. Its functionality is simple, nothing complex. But I might have made it sound like it will help with journaling your gratitude moments!
I know this is the first iteration, but I still have impostor syndrome. I compare myself and the work I put out to other makers. I mean, I guess who doesn't?
That was me before I hit the send button. But I guess these people believed in me and the app, that's why they signed up. My landing page explained the app. I built in public so everyone could already see the initial and current designs. I do like to think they believed in the idea, so they signed up.
So I hit send and let it go, hoping the people who signed up (and more people) will think it's at least decent haha. Grateful to you all who have signed up so far!
I'm still feeling nervous about what people might think. It's not as aesthetically pleasing as I'd like it to be (and there has been a report by a friend who can't use the login feature properly -sad-), but it'd do for now. If you're reading this, feel free to give me feedback. I'm MORE than happy to listen and improve :)