Kyle Bragger
Hi. I'm Kyle Bragger. I just wrote a book. I also founded and later sold Forrst, and now work on products at Elepath. If you're so inclined, follow me on Twitter.

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A Great New Way to Discover Exposure Stories
There’s so much amazing work posted to Exposure every day, it’s easy to miss. So we’ve been working on a bunch of new features designed to bring more, well, exposure to Exposure. The first is launching today: Categories.
Starting now, Exposure members can categorize their stories. We’ve come up with an initial set of categories, from Adventure to Weird and everything in between. We’ll be adding more in the future. (Got a suggestion? Let us know!) To see them all, visit the new Categories section.
Each category gets its own beautiful page, with a featured post right up top. The page defaults to a curated view showing stories handpicked by our team, but you can also view all recent stories. We hope these pages will both reward members for their hard work, as well as inspire you to create beautiful new photo stories of your own.
Exposure members with a free account can add each of their stories to a single category. Subscribers will be able to add each of their stories to up to three categories. The extra couple are another way for us to say thanks for being a subscriber.
Our goal with categories is to make Exposure a better place for story readers as well as storytellers. We really hope you like it. 
Explore Categories

    goexposure:

    A Great New Way to Discover Exposure Stories

    There’s so much amazing work posted to Exposure every day, it’s easy to miss. So we’ve been working on a bunch of new features designed to bring more, well, exposure to Exposure. The first is launching today: Categories.

    Starting now, Exposure members can categorize their stories. We’ve come up with an initial set of categories, from Adventure to Weird and everything in between. We’ll be adding more in the future. (Got a suggestion? Let us know!) To see them all, visit the new Categories section.

    Each category gets its own beautiful page, with a featured post right up top. The page defaults to a curated view showing stories handpicked by our team, but you can also view all recent stories. We hope these pages will both reward members for their hard work, as well as inspire you to create beautiful new photo stories of your own.

    Exposure members with a free account can add each of their stories to a single category. Subscribers will be able to add each of their stories to up to three categories. The extra couple are another way for us to say thanks for being a subscriber.

    Our goal with categories is to make Exposure a better place for story readers as well as storytellers. We really hope you like it.

    Explore Categories

    I’m pretty pumped to say that my tiny book I’ve been working on, “On Building Community Products”, is available for sale starting right now.

Its format is something I’ve wanted to try for a long time now; I sourced literally hundreds of questions from fellow Internet denizens who wanted to know something about building the Forrst community, launching Tinyproj, general product design, or anything else I’ve gotten into over the years.

This whole process, which I chose to do mostly D.I.Y. (basically everything except the payment platform) has been a blast from start to finish. Something like 200 questions were submitted; I distilled them down into about thirty of the best, and have been working diligently to answer them honestly and openly. I hope that folks come away from the book having learned something new from my experiences.

So, without further ado, I’d be honored if you’d purchase the book and have a read. It’s just $14 and available on Gumroad here.

(FAQ here: https://medium.com/look-what-i-made/3eeb434fcf84)

    I’m pretty pumped to say that my tiny book I’ve been working on, “On Building Community Products”, is available for sale starting right now.

    Its format is something I’ve wanted to try for a long time now; I sourced literally hundreds of questions from fellow Internet denizens who wanted to know something about building the Forrst community, launching Tinyproj, general product design, or anything else I’ve gotten into over the years.

    This whole process, which I chose to do mostly D.I.Y. (basically everything except the payment platform) has been a blast from start to finish. Something like 200 questions were submitted; I distilled them down into about thirty of the best, and have been working diligently to answer them honestly and openly. I hope that folks come away from the book having learned something new from my experiences.

    So, without further ado, I’d be honored if you’d purchase the book and have a read. It’s just $14 and available on Gumroad here.

    (FAQ here: https://medium.com/look-what-i-made/3eeb434fcf84)

    Luke Beard, one of my Elepath colleagues, started talking about a photography website he wanted to build. A talented amateur photographer, he’s been wanting a way to build beautiful photo narratives for literally years. None of the existing platforms felt right for him, so he designed his dream app and convinced me to help him build a prototype. Fast forward many weeks of hard work and Exposure launched in beta this past Monday. We’ve both been beyond delighted with the response so far, and we’re just getting started.

Here are just some of the delightful posts folks have already shared. The post builder is completely what-you-see-is-what-you-get, and we use some fancy code to automatically build great-looking photo grids (you can also upload full-width photos if you want.)

So, if you’re a photographer, amateur, pro, or in between, and would like to give Exposure a try, we welcome you to join the beta list. We’re letting more folks in regularly.

    Luke Beard, one of my Elepath colleagues, started talking about a photography website he wanted to build. A talented amateur photographer, he’s been wanting a way to build beautiful photo narratives for literally years. None of the existing platforms felt right for him, so he designed his dream app and convinced me to help him build a prototype. Fast forward many weeks of hard work and Exposure launched in beta this past Monday. We’ve both been beyond delighted with the response so far, and we’re just getting started.

    Here are just some of the delightful posts folks have already shared. The post builder is completely what-you-see-is-what-you-get, and we use some fancy code to automatically build great-looking photo grids (you can also upload full-width photos if you want.)

    So, if you’re a photographer, amateur, pro, or in between, and would like to give Exposure a try, we welcome you to join the beta list. We’re letting more folks in regularly.

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