Have you ever had an idea you wanted to take to a publisher, but weren’t sure how to go about it? Jenny Dance at Phona tells us how she developed her pronunciation app from concept to product with the help of OUP.
At ELTjam, we’re always interested to hear from people who are developing ELT products outside of the traditional publishing framework. For this post, we’re delighted to welcome Curt Ford to the blog to discuss his app American Voices. Over to Curt …
This week we’re reading about wearable tech, how to name your product, the financial rewards of being a writer and learning English through eating a pill.
On my first day at ELTjam, I was pitched at. Tim, Laurie and Nick (the ELTjam founders) sat me down and tried to sell me their product ideas. This week, we take the first step towards testing whether one of these ideas can become a viable ELT product. Today sees the launch of the flovo.co landing page, our own MVP, a little litmus test. But how did we get to this point and why have we made a webpage before the app is ready?