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Fid#008:Bringing it all together and making your creative life easier.
I sometimes wonder what it would look like if we had different devices for everything we own. For example, our cell phones can make calls, send messages, connect to the internet, take pictures, and play music, among other things. Consider purchasing a mobile device today that includes a separate camera for photography, a mini bluetooth, a personal router, a customised messager, and many other features that are physically present . The phone's only function is to make calls, and each feature has its own physical device. What are your thoughts? 🤔
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Even if every feature is readily available, ease of use has been conquered, and many people will ignore most of the remaining functionality. Today's technology is geared toward unification and smartness.
Have you ever imagined what it would be like to have a unified platform for creators?
Today's platforms and systems are heavily geared toward abstraction and creating opportunities for individuals to get work done with minimal effort, simply called "smart work" rather than hard work. The goal is to bring the best experiences together in a single location, saving you time and effort when switching from one system to another.
Multitasking is second nature, to creators, so there are many things that must be done quickly and even concurrently. Given the short attention span of humans, switching from one platform or system to complete a minor task is one of the leading causes of unproductivity. It's what I call "working and getting no work done."
Every creator's goal is to get relevant work done with minimal effort, and having a platform that allows you to get multiple things done without switching between tabs will be a delightful experience.
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I spent some time looking into some basic activities that creators will find themselves doing frequently, and a few of them are listed below.;
Creating a professional or easily accessible profile/website highlighting their best work
Personal or brand deals for the sale of digital products
Receiving client payments
Get gifts or donations from your fans or followers
Professionally bill clients
Maintain accurate records of client payments.
There is a long list of these activities, and we can't deny that being a creator is as demanding as a full-time job. The average creator will use platform A to receive payment, sign up for platform B to sell digital products, and either pay a small fee to have a simple website ready or use another platform C, which has significant limitations. Billing clients is not overlooked, and another platform D, is consulted, among other things. Because the technology ecosystem is concentrated, there are numerous options and there may be periodic switches if these platforms do not meet expectations.
This is as exhausting as it sounds, and discussing problems without offering solutions is a good way to waste time. As a result, future systems should be smart enough to solve problems while also unifying existing solutions to make them more accessible.
If you are unaware, there are existing solutions such as Fidia, and the concept of creating a platform for creators and an ecosystem with multiple solutions to diverse needs that may arise is highly commendable. If you're not sure where to begin, go to https://getfidia.com/ for more information.
As a creator, life is hard enough; choose a soft life today!
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