Bookshelf

Share books locally. With Bookshelf you scan your favourite books and automatically constitute the digital version of your physical bookshelf. No better way to get a sneak peek at your friends and neighbours bookshelves and then to meet in real life – to exchange both written and spoken words.
1. Digitalise your bookshelf

2. Check your friends and neighbour’s bookshelves

3. Meet locally & swap books

Would you like to know when Bookshelf will be released?

Browse through your friends and neighbours’ bookshelves

The Books Owners page displays your friends profiles. When you add your home address your neighbours’ profile will appear in the same list.

Scan your books

You can enter your book information manually or you can scan the bar code of your books to pre-fill the information such as the title, the author, the cover picture, and the number of pages.

UX & UI Design with Figma

Once the concept is laid out on paper we start drawing the screens on Figma. At this stage the focus is on simplicity. Indeed many feature ideas will emerge but we know that even the ones that sound pretty relevant only have 25% of chance to be really successful once released (cf book “Inspired”, by Marty Cagan). The rules of design actually help us to keep to the essential. “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” dixit Leonardo Da Vinci.

Development with Bubble

Bubble.is gives life to the wireframes designed on Figma. Its no code and all-in-one environment enables us to iterate faster than ever and to test the MVP with users in a matter of weeks. The databases, the design, the workflows are all managed seamlessly and ‘codelessly’.

Fin

“Well, little one,” said a Tree to a Reed that was growing at its foot, “why do you not plant your feet deeply in the ground, and raise your head boldly in the air as I do?”

“I am contented with my lot,” said the Reed. “I may not be so grand, but I think I am safer.”

“Safe!” sneered the Tree. “Who shall pluck me up by the roots or bow my head to the ground?” But it soon had to repent of its boasting, for a hurricane arose which tore it up from its roots, and cast it a useless log on the ground, while the little Reed, bending to the force of the wind, soon stood upright again when the storm had passed over.

The Tree and the Reed, by Aesope

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