Have you ever built something, launched it, and wondered...why isn't anybody using it? If you had hopes of selling what you made, you might've invested a lot of time and money only to learn that nobody's buying. It seems like startups and CEOs get all the glory, with piles of someone else's cash giving them the time to figure out a "product market fit". You're a maker, without all of the flash and resources. Can you get more people to use the things you make – and maybe even buy them – without "growth hacking" or other slimy sales tactics?
Come early for some food and refreshments sponsored by thoughtbot.
Alex Hillman is the co-creator and co-teacher of 30x500, a class that he and Amy Hoy run to help people just like the ones in the Refresh community (designers, developers, writers, etc) how to build an audience and get more people to care about the things you make.