|Series A, 9/2006 |
Values of n brings an iconoclastic approach to social software design. They’re throwing out the well-worn assumptions about how applications are supposed to work, and are instead paying attention to the clever ways in which people have adapted software to fit their needs. These workarounds usually contain the seeds of a better solution.
They always strive to move beyond software that’s “cool” or feature-full to software that’s transparent and feature-useful: software so elegantly implemented it becomes an extension of the person using it.
Their two main products are “I want Sandy” and “Stikkit”.