πŸ”¦ Interview highlights

by Kenny Schumacher
Founder at Delesign
San Jose, CA, USA
Round 31 - Apr 30, 2020
Showing Delesign
800 paid users, worked 3h a month

This week I asked a few questions to Kenny Schumacher, founder at Delesign (among many other companies).

It’s been an honor talking to him as I’ve been using Delesign free designs everywhere on Frenl from the start :)

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by Balach Hussain
Founder at epek.app
Berlin, Germany
Round 28 - Apr 9, 2020
Showing Epek
Ditch Jira and over-management, focus on your goals

This week I asked a few questions to Balach Hussain, that I met through Frenl.

He started as a developer then switched to product management before recently starting to work full time on his collaborative roadmap project: Epek. He successfully went from idea to launch in only four months!

by Simon Wicki
Frontend Freelancer at wicki.io
Round 20 - Feb 4, 2020
Showing Notyfy
Abolishing notification mess with a browser extension

This week I asked a few questions to Simon Wicki, former Head of Frontend (and best co-worker) at JustWatch.

Expert in Ionic, VueJS, Angular and Cordova/Capacitor, he recently started an indepedent consulting agency.

He is also co-organizer of the Ionic Berlin Meetup. He just released a new version of Notyfy, his notification aggregator Chrome extension.

by Andrew Davison
Founder at Luhhu
Round 19 - Jan 28, 2020
Showing Luhhu
Founding a Zapier agency before no-code was cool

This week I asked a few questions to Andrew Davison, founder of Luhhu. He was among the first people joining Frenl, back in… 4 months ago.

He successfully started by himself an agency helping businesses automate their processes using Zapier, even before no-code was cool.

by Kevin Goedecke
Founder / Software Engineer
Berlin, Germany
Round 18 - Jan 21, 2020
Showing XD2Sketch
How I built a profitable tool with only one landing page

This week I asked a few questions to Kevin Goedecke, founder of XD2Sketch, that I met at the last Indie Hackers Meetup in Berlin.

He successfully built and monetized a tool converting Adobe XD to Sketch files and is now trying to find new ways to help designers and grow his product.

by Thibaud Clement
CEO at Loomly
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Round 17 - Jan 13, 2020
Showing Loomly
Bootstrapping as a non-technical founder to triple-digit annual growth

β€œLoomly has a pretty fun - and quite unconventional - background interview.”

by Henry Garrett
Software Engineer at Citrix
Round 16 - Jan 7, 2020
Showing Album Daily
From side project to 400+ users

β€œAfter allowing myself to sink into a music rut, listening to the same playlists over and over, I knew there was a better way to experience music.”

by Ivanska Carrillo
Co-owner / Designer at Bee Hexa Branding LLC
Round 15 - Dec 30, 2019
The value of networking as an independant brand strategist

β€œI’ve always been able to go into a room and instantly start talking to people I’ve never met and at the end of the day being best friends with the person.”

by Erik Edin
Business project at TransferWise
London, UK
Round 14 - Dec 23, 2019
Showing Payspresso
Building a freelancer management tool

β€œI’m building a freelancer management tool called payspresso, and feel like I’ve gotten to a pitch that could work. I’d love to hear your thoughts. Would you use this?”

by Philipp Defner
Backend Engineer at JustWatch
Berlin, Germany
Round 13 - Dec 16, 2019
Read us venting about technology

β€œAfter years of venting to each other about the daily annoyances with technology, Manu and I decided to continue doing just that, but on one of these internet blogs.”

Welcome!

I know how valuable networking is yet I never find the energy to go to Meetups. That's why Frenl :)