TechCrunch - Clue Tracks What People Remember About Your Website
We were super excited to see Clue on the Technology homepage of the New York Times! The young and energetic designer behind Clue was proud to show his parents the link to this article in the Times:
New York Times - Get a Clue: What Do People Remember About Your Site?
Folks from FastCompany loved the tool after trying it out and reached out to us for some background on the reasons we created Clue. Austin wrote a great review of the tool.
Fast Company - What Do Users' Memories Reveal About Your Company Homepage's Design Flaws
The article from New York Times was written by a writer from Read Write Web who published the article on their blog as well which got another few million people to see what Clue is all about:
Read Write Web - Get a Clue: What do People Remember About Your Site?
The coverage continued with smaller blogs sharing the tool with their readers.
More than 4 million people saw Clue in their twitter streams and of course the tweets activity has absolutely flooded us. For every tweet we reply to we see 3 more pop up. It's been an insane few days. It was so neat to see the tweets from different professions that have used this tool:
Help make Kentucky.gov better by taking a quick memory test and offering your feedback, thanks! http://www.clueapp.com/4205—The Official Website of the Commonwealth of Kentucky
If you've taken the memory test for Mom Bloggers Club, thanks for helping me improve the site. Interesting insights! www.clueapp.com/4612—Founder, Mom Bloggers Club
Feel free to look at more of this exciting activity on Twitter.