Budget Collector launched a new initiative to have live-app interactions at public events. If you’d like to invite the team to future events in the Oklahoma region, please feel free to reach out. Attendees found the event a fun activity during live events.
It's been about two years since we first conceived the app, and I have been thinking about some consistent feedback that we seem to receive. Some people don't like not seeing the artist's name, title, or description before rating. I wanted to remove any biases. I
Talk to the cofounder Ebonique Boyd about the new premium service being offered by September 2022. Do you have any questions that you’d like answered? Do you have any suggestions for the app? Speak live with the app co-founder during this event before Budget Collector
https://youtu.be/yWNjMQOS9jY The team is grateful to be accepted into ActHouse Tulsa's second cohort. It was incredibly powerful to see Cohort One's Demo Day before signing our agreements. The cohort was introduced by Lt. Gov Matt Pinnell who discussed the state's priorities for encouraging new businesses. ActHouse
2016 Blog Launch & Art Research Ebonique Boyd launched a blog about her art collecting hobby and gave herself a yearly budget of $5000. She used the money to travel to different galleries, read books on art collecting, and pay for some research help. 2018 - 2019 Low Tech
I'm excited to share that I'm a featured speaker at the US Patent and Trademark Office on February 24th. Thanks to our pro-bono patent attorney Zachary Pratt at Fredrikson and Byron, PA, Budget Collector was recently able to submit our patent application last month. When
The app is still available to be tested on Android. Android However, Apple only allows us to test for three months at a time. We are now working to update the following for both Apple and Android: Fix app crashing when uploading new images.Update image randomizer.Pulling correct data