Wunderkit is here! Well, at least it is for the first round of beta testers. I had been thinking about the release strategy for Wunderkit for a while. In any case, I was fortunate enough to be granted a beta invitation a few days ago and am loving it! From the user interface, the experience and the exactly-what-you-need/none-of-the-fluff kind of functionality that we’ve come to love 6Wunderkinder for.
A few days ago I was sitting at my desk, smashing away at the keyboard when I see my Gmail notifier pop up with an email from 6Wunderkinder. I love getting emails from these guys – they’re always so well designed. Instinctively I opened my email tab and see the subject line. A few words instantly jump out at me: “Wunderkit”, “beta”, “approved”. I don’t think I could open the email quick enough. I, like a gajillion other people, had been waiting months for the chance to see Wunderkit in action and without any word on their website they had begun sending out beta access information. I clicked the link in the emai and logged in to Wunderkit through Twitter. I was then asked to confirm my details and create a password. The password simply allows you to log in using the traditional method as well as through newer social methods.
Wow. Thats all I could think when the main dashboard loaded for me. Wow.