Fut Web app’s brainsiness app is about the people.
Fut Web is about to become a brand and the name is the brainsiest of them all.
The brainsiest apps have the most people involved.
FutWeb, developed by a group of Melbourne-based creatives, has a simple and fun approach to app design, with lots of pictures of brains.
But it also has a big message.
It’s about the mind, said one of the creators, Matt D’Oench.
It’s all about connecting with people, connecting with the web, connecting to the world.
And the brain is just one of those things.
D’Oech has worked on apps for the likes of Netflix and Facebook and is now working on a new project, called FutWeb.
The brainiest app, he said, is about connecting to people.
“It’s a social app,” he said.
“And it’s not just about you looking at the pictures of people.”
D’ Oench said the brainsy appeal of FutWeb came about from his experience creating apps for Netflix and working with people on social media.
“The first thing you notice about FutWeb is the simple app design,” he told ABC Radio Melbourne’s Today programme.
“I didn’t have a designer, I had a bunch of people working together.
I think that was just the way it was, I was just a creative person who loved to make apps.”
It’s not the first time FutWeb has had a brainiest name.
The app, which has been around since November last year, has been the brainiest of the bunch.
The team created a Twitter account for it and put a few of the pictures in it.
FutWeb is about showing the world a more human side to our interactions, said FutWeb co-founder and co-CEO Michael Stokes.
“If we could have put more pictures in there, we would have been able to show more people.”
The app has been available since November and was one of four FutWeb apps to launch at the launch of the New Year’s Eve fireworks display at Melbourne’s Victoria Park.
One of the first FutWeb features was a Facebook friend request, where users could send messages to friends and then receive the responses.
It was an interesting way to communicate and connect, said Stokes, who is also a teacher.
“We just wanted to give people the ability to communicate without any form of interaction.”
Stokes said the idea for FutWeb was born after seeing the Facebook app that he was creating.
“It was like a photo collage, you could draw a picture of someone on the phone and put it in there and send it to their friends and send them pictures and videos of their friends.”
“It just seemed like a really cool idea to have people on the other side of a wall and just share a little bit of their life, their life with their friends,” he explained.
“So we went in and started prototyping and we were like ‘let’s see if we can make this into something real’.”
We wanted to put that app in the app store, and we had an idea of what the app would look like.
“Stoke said he didn’t expect it to become such a big success but it quickly became one of Futweb’s biggest hits.
Futweb had a few other big hits as well.
The first one was a virtual reality experience called VRVault, which was a VR app for Oculus Rift that was downloaded more than 300,000 times.
Stokes described the VRVaults experience as a “pretty amazing experience”.”
It really brings together the people who are in virtual reality and the people in VR,” he joked.”
You can see your face in the virtual world.
“There’s an experience of having that experience, where you’re standing in front of a camera.
And you’re interacting with other people and it’s like, ‘Wow, I’ve got some kind of a conversation going with this person’.”
The other big hit for Futweb was the “Brainy app”, which is based on the idea of brain selfies.
Users can take a photo of their brains and upload it to FutWeb in a simple format.
Dolores, a FutWeb user, said she has taken more than 600,000 selfies, including some from her daughters.
“They’re really kind of fun and I don’t know how I’d do it without them,” she said.
“I’ve taken some of my girls out to the beach and I’ve even taken some myself, I love taking selfies and I’m so proud of it.”
Fut Web has a lot of people involved, said the FutWeb founders.
The group includes two designers, Josh Gough and Scott Jones, who are both from Melbourne.
“Josh is one of my best friends in the whole world,” Gough said.
Jones is the co-creative director of Fut Web