Ryeboard: What’s Next?

It’s been a quiet two months. Updates have been slow and it’s been a while since we wrote a blog post. I apologize for this recent lack of general progress. As a bootstrapped company, funds are often hard to come by and the team was focused on another project to acquire immediate funds. But don’t …

Whoops… But Better Tomorrows.

So we screwed up. Last week we discovered a nasty little bug that caused people (including members of the Ryeboard team) to “lose” content on their boards. If you had an experience where some cards on your board turned white and contained no content, you have been bitten by this bug! And for that, I …

We’re Better Together

When working with applications like Ryeboard, content is rarely truly alone and independent from others. More often than not, we use several cards in conjunction to get a point across or break down a complex idea to bite size concepts. Thus, it is important for us to have relational features to utilize the board interface …

Smarter Notes, Happier Work

There are a lot of moving parts in Ryeboard. You can leave snarky comments through the comment card, view all your work through the dashboard, and organize team files through the content card. But the real building block of your work in Ryeboard is most likely the note card. In fact, note cards take up …