Involving community in product innovation and developmentTechnology
We are almost at the finish line with our crowdfunding campaign. It has been an amazing journey and the response has completely exceeded our expectations. We are positively overwhelmed with all the support and suggestions received, and we thought that it would be fantastic to include our supporters in the process of making Mitte even better in the future.
This is why we decided to introduce this Public Roadmap Trello Board, so that you can share any ideas you might have (from suggestions on machine materials to mineral cartridge types and capacity to what new project we can work on next) using this Google form.
We will then feed the ideas into our public roadmap board. It’s a public platform where you can follow an idea as it enters our feedback loop and goes through rounds of vigorous assessment. Our product innovation committee (CEO Moritz, CTO Faebian, and the Marketing Manager Clara as members) will hold weekly sessions to evaluate each idea. Discussion results and thoughts from our team will be shared on individual idea cards as we go along.
“The reason why we are doing this is not only because we want to continuously improve our product, but also because we deeply care about what our users think and involving them at every step of our journey is the top priority for us at Mitte.”
We take your feedback seriously and letting you in on our collaborative development process is our way of showing how much it means to us. The process is absolutely transparent and we’ll be updating the board on a frequent basis.
We are looking forward to receiving your input and to building Mitte together with you!
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